Published: Sun, January 13, 2019
Arts&Culture | By Matthew Castillo

MacKenzie Bezos Could Become World's Richest Woman Following Divorce From Jeff Bezos

MacKenzie Bezos Could Become World's Richest Woman Following Divorce From Jeff Bezos

Sanchez, 49, is divorcing her husband, Hollywood agent Patrick Whitesell, PEOPLE confirmed.

Both Jeff and his wife MacKenzie are successful in their own rights, they both attended Princeton and MacKenzie is a novelist, who studied under Toni Morrison and won an American Book Award In 2006.

Also, Lin-Manuel Miranda managed to be dragged into the narrative, as Bezos allegedly tried to hire the "Hamilton" star to write and direct a Super Bowl commercial that he could also hire Sanchez to work on, just to spend more time with her under an ostensibly legitimate alibi.

"Makes me think of when you told me to ask Bono for music permission". The divorce comes as Bezos is at the height of his career, taking the mantle as the world's richest man, in charge of the world's most valuable company.

As Radar previously reported, Bezos sent a close-up of a "below-the-belt" selfie and several shirtless shots to the former TV anchor Sanchez months before the new couple said they started dating. I want to hold you tight.... Deep. I know it sounds unusual, but even little things like you suggesting I ask for extra training from Bell make my love for you expand and grow. He's part of the cohort of heads of big tech companies that consistently evade any responsibility for breaching our privacy, and so yes, maybe we're reveling just a little bit in the vulnerability now revealed in those hilarious sexts. You're meant for me.

I know it more clearly than I've ever known anything. "Until I was sewing stuffed turtles into the comforter", he texted Sanchez, crassly sharing his marital pillow-talk with his mistress.

"I basically WANT TO BE WITH YOU!"

Bezos and MacKenzie announced their separation in a joint statement this week.

This week's best quotes in business cover the Bezos divorce, the Blue C Sushi collapse, the Alaska Airlines flight from hell, and - on a happier note, perhaps - the more relaxed environment for homebuyers.

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