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What’s At Stake In Jeff Bezos And Lauren Sánchez’s Massive Prenup For $140 Billion Fortune Revealed

Jeff Bezos has learned his lessons from his previous marriage and divorce, and he isn’t repeating those mistakes in his upcoming marriage with Lauren Sanchez as it’s reported that there is going to be a massive prenup to protect his $140 billion fortune should things go south with Sanchez.

Here is what’s at stake in Jeff and Lauren’s upcoming marriage via Page Six;

Jeff Bezos’ and Lauren Sánchez’s engagement is a happy day for them — and for their attorneys.

Bezos is the richest groom in history, and his fiancée is no slouch either.

As Page Six exclusively reported, Bezos and Sánchez got engaged on his new $500 million superyacht, the Koru.

The stunning brunette was seen flashing a 20-carat engagement ring, estimated to cost $2.5 million, in Cannes, France.

While Bezos, 59, did not have a prenuptial agreement in place for his marriage to first wife MacKenzie Scott, costing him $38 billion, it’s safe to say that the Amazon founder will protect his multibillion-dollar assets as he embarks upon a second marriage with Sánchez, 53. 

And Sánchez herself has plenty to protect, as a successful businesswoman in her own right, while the couple already has joint property assets and charities together.

So, what’s at stake financially for their pending nuptials?

Bezos’ net worth is estimated to be $138.9 billion by Forbes, making him the third richest person on the planet behind Bernard Arnault and Elon Musk.

He even retained his elite Top 3 status on the Forbes list despite his net worth dropping by $57 billion last year, due to a 38% decline in Amazon’s stock price. 

Although Amazon went public in 1997, Bezos is the biggest single shareholder (he owns nearly 10 percent of the company), ahead of institutional investors like The Vanguard Group, BlackRock Fund Advisors and SSgA Funds Management. 

The Princeton graduate famously started Amazon out of his garage in Seattle in 1994 and turned it from a fledgling online bookstore to the biggest online retailer in the world. 

During his 2019 divorce, Bezos transferred four percent of Amazon stock to Scott, which was valued at $38 billion at the time. 

The other notable transformation? The dweeby tech founder got ripped too.

And while most consumers only know Amazon as an online retailer and streaming service, the breadth of the company is astonishing.

In 2022, Amazon Prime Video also entered the sports broadcast market as the exclusive home of “Thursday Night Football,” earning 15 million viewers for its inaugural game. 

Amazon has about 1.5 million employees globally, including warehouse and transportation workers.

In 2016, Sánchez parlayed her love of flying helicopters and TV journalism into Black Ops Aviation, which makes aerial videos.

Being around aviation is in her blood; Sánchez’s father, Ray, worked as an airplane mechanic and flight instructor. Clients have included ABC, Discovery Canada, Sony, Netflix, Extra and Blue Origin. 

Supposedly sparks flew when Bezos hired Sánchez, whom he had met two years earlier, to film footage in 2018.

They bonded over cozy helicopter rides, which helped the billionaire get over his fear of flying.

Bezos’ real estate portfolio is worth more than $500 million, making him the country’s 25th-largest landowner, according to the Land Report. 

Undoubtedly, the trophy property is the 10-acre mansion in Beverly Hills, California, which Bezos bought from David Geffen for $165 million in 2020. 

Obviously, there is a lot at stake financially in Jeff Bezos and Lauren Sanchez’s upcoming marriage and I think each party is being careful and vigilant about decisions.

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