Jacqueline Gold Net Worth (House Cars Income 2018)

Jacqueline Gold Net Worth is $860 Million dollars and earns an annual income of $175 million dollars. Jacqueline Gold is a British businesswoman who is Chief Executive of Gold Group International, Ann Summers and Knickerbox. Gold is estimated to be the 16th richest woman in Great Britain. Jacqueline Gold recently bought a brand new Bentley luxury car for $610,000 USD. The Net Worth of Jacqueline Gold has seen a hike of 60% over the past few years. While calculating Jacqueline Gold Net Worth we have included the data updated as of this Quarter. Check out the Exclusive information on Jacqueline Gold Net Worth details such as Yearly Income, House, Car Collection, Investments etc. Also read Net Worth details of Paul Allen and Michael Jordan.

Jacqueline Gold Net Worth and Income DetailsJacqueline Gold Net Worth is $860 Million dollars and earns an annual income of $175 million dollars.

Jacqueline Gold Net Worth $860 Million USD
Annual Income $175 Million USD
Luxury Cars – 10 $4 Million USD
Houses – 4 $190 Million USD

Jacqueline Gold Cars

The Car collection of Jacqueline Gold is quite Large. Jacqueline Gold owns few of the best luxury cars in the world. The Car brands owned by Jacqueline Gold include Range Rover, Bentley and Vovlo.

Jacqueline Gold Biography

Jacqueline Gold was born in July 1960, the daughter of Beryl Hunt and businessman David Gold. Jacqueline Gold father ran a publishing business which introduced sex magazines to the British high street. David apparently wept when Jacqueline was born to his first wife, because he wanted a son.

Jacqueline Gold and her sister grew up in a spacious three-story house with a large garden and a swimming pool at Biggin Hill, Kent. In August 2007, she was the main participant of the second episode of the BBC Radio 4 series, The House I Grew Up In, in which she described an unhappy childhood. Jacqueline Gold parents separated when she was twelve years old.

After school, Jacqueline Gold began working for Royal Doulton, but decided she did not want to go into management, and asked her father to help her gain some extra work experience.

Having acquired the four stores of the Ann Summers chain in 1972, her father gave Jacqueline, at the age of nineteen, summer work experience in May 1979 – Jacqueline was paid £45 a week, less than the tea lady.

Jacqueline Gold autobiography Good Vibrations was published in 1995 (Pavilion Books), with a second book A Woman’s Courage published in April 2007 (Ebury), which led to Jaqueline being sued for libel by a former employee.

A Woman’s Courage was withdrawn from sale in November 2008 having been republished by Ebury in February 2008 with three pages removed and re-titled Please Make it Stop.

The High Court libel action was settled in August 2009 when the former employee was paid costs and substantial damages. Gold is a columnist for Retail Week, New Business, Kent Business, and Women Mean Business.

In March 2008, Jacqueline Gold appeared in a celebrity edition of The Apprentice. She was a member of “The Girls” team, alongside The Hon. Kirstie Allsopp, Clare Balding, Louise Redknapp, and Lisa Snowdon. “The Girls” won the contest raising over £400,000 from ticket sales and sales on the night through a big event at one of their West End stores.

After an earlier failed marriage with an Ann Summers dancer, in 2002, she met Dan Cunningham, a City money broker, who is seventeen years her junior. The couple separated on New Year’s Day 2006, after three failed IVF attempts, but reunited and later married in 2010 and have one child together.

In May 2007, Jacqueline Gold and her younger sister Vanessa took part in the justgiving.com charity moonwalk in Hyde Park, London In December 2010, a nanny working for Gold was charged with trying to poison her with screenwash.

33-year old Allison Cox who had been caring for Gold’s daughter, Scarlett, was charged with three counts of administering poison with intent to annoy.

In March 2011, Cox was jailed for twelve months after admitting administering poison with intent to annoy. Guildford Crown Court heard Cox was trying to get the chef who prepared the food into trouble by lacing two bowls of asparagus soup with screenwash in October 2010.

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Jacqueline Gold Net Worth Growth Estimate

The Net Worth and Income of Jacqueline Gold is expected to continue to grow at a Strong pace. Over the next few years, Jacqueline Gold’s Net worth is likely to grow by around 75%.