15 famous heirs and heiresses

You may know them for their famous names or their presence on red carpets. But in the end, it's all about wealth. Here's what today's famous heirs and heiresses are worth.

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Mar 7, 2013 1:44PM
These stories the way they are presented on MSN are ridiculous- you have to click thru to read the headlined info on the topic- instead of clicking thru the pics and reading the info in the margin- what a waste of time. this is not thinking about the user but of click thrus!
Mar 8, 2013 12:15AM
What about Christina Onassis' daughter?
Mar 7, 2013 7:02PM

What a wonderful life we have. It could be alot worse for myself, I enjoy where i'm at in my life right now. $h1t im not rich. Yea money can solve alot of problems, but also make more problems. Hopefully they are doing the right thing with the money and if they havn't hopefully they do.




Julian B.

Mar 13, 2013 10:41PM

Charlotte Casiraghi looks more like her mother Princess Caroline of Monaco.


Mar 7, 2013 4:12PM
This is extravaganza  when I live on a dollar a day.
Mar 8, 2013 1:59AM
You forgot Anderson Cooper...and Honey Boo Boo.
Mar 13, 2013 10:43PM
Mar 13, 2013 8:31PM
Is there anyway I could be a lost heiress?
Mar 13, 2013 9:14PM
Mar 13, 2013 7:57PM
No Asian or African heirs/heiresses?
Mar 14, 2013 1:44PM
Money can't buy happiness but people sure love it when they have the money to test it out with.
Mar 14, 2013 8:02AM
It's better to be lucky than good looking.
Mar 21, 2013 8:43PM
HSUS CEO Wayne Pacelle is as despicable as Arthur Benjamin.  He knew all about the ATI abuses and Texas Attorney General investigation when he had Georgina pose with Mr. Benjamin in 2011, and with Arthur Benjamin, Pacelle and her father Michael Bloomberg last November.

HSUS is the only "charity" Mr. Benjamin "supports" that knows where his money really comes from.  HSUS doesn't believe in the concept of tainted donations, because HSUS itself is a criminal organization. HSUS is the only one that gets the direct dollar donations from Benjamin.  It's about money laundering. 

Former HSUS CEO Paul Irwin got in trouble for money laundering.  David Ganz, HSUS's fundraising consultant, has been laundering money for HSUS and it's mail mills (through middlemen and subcontractors) for decades.  Quadriga Art is one of them (google it).

Please alert Mayor Bloomberg and save him from further embarrassment.   He has no idea that the man he and his animal loving daughter were photographed hobnobbing with is a vulture of the lowest order.  Actually, the men...Wayne and Arthur are the lowest of the low.

Mar 21, 2013 8:27PM
I see Georgina Bloomberg's photo was taken at a gala for the fraud-ridden Humane Society of the United States.  HSUS even had her pose for pictures with one of their big money men, Arthur E. Benjamin, who helps organizes HSUS's annual fundraising gala at Cipriani and the Pierre.

HSUS CEO wants the Bloomberg money, but he should have told father and daughter that Arthur E. Benjamin is a despicable criminal who fleeced tens of millions off the most vulnerable people in society.  He ran ATI trade schools in Texas and 5 other states.  The schools were shut down after a years-long Peabody award winning investigation by a local TV station.  The Justice Department is now on the (very serious and despicable) case.

Save Georgina!

Mar 22, 2013 1:19PM
The HSUS may give thumbs down to people exposing their morally bankrupt business associations.  It is clear to their many critics in the animal welfare movement that birds of a feather flock together.  Pacelle helped Michael Vick reform his image and is doing the same for Arthur Benjamin, a self-proclaimed humanitarian and philanthropist who ruined the lives of thousands of some of the most vulnerable people in society, desperate to improve their lives.  He took over a school that did some good and turned it into a Bernie Madoff operation.  Every penny he hands over is tainted money, a no-no in the charitable sector.  If the media gets a hold of the HSUS facilitated Bloomberg family connection with this shyster, it will be additional ammunition to his critics.  An out of touch mayor, hobnobbing with a corporate sociopath poverty profiteer.

Pacelle needs to go.  He probably thinks this is Rick Berman's and the Center of Consumer Freedom's fault, but no one is buying that nonsense anymore. 

Mar 14, 2013 11:25AM
You forgot the Cartwrights of the Ponderosa and the Barclays of Big Valley.
Mar 14, 2013 1:34AM
You once had a list of Hollywood stars that were progeny of the very rich and I don't
recall many, but one does deserve to be on this list - Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
Maybe you could add that previous article to this on a link.

Mar 14, 2013 9:16AM
I want to be a rich man to appear at magazines..ahahahashh
Mar 20, 2013 4:57PM

You people are nuts this is the American Dream (yes I know not all are American) at it's finest... I would kill to live like these people to never have to work to just have money and not a care in the world. If reincarnation is real I hope to come back as a very rich heiress with a several million dollar trust...Ah to have that life what wouldn't I give?

Mar 14, 2013 12:41PM
MSN doesn't have reporters it has story tellers who are embarrassed to put their name to the story.
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