This thrice married, New Jersey born, Columbia Law School graduate was introduced to Sir Evelyn de Rothschild by Henry Kissinger in 1998. The couple married in 2000, were invited to spend part of their honeymoon at The White House and now split their time investing and doing things philanthropic in both London and New York. When asked about wealth, Lady de Rothschild commented: “I don’t think being rich is that important. I think not being boring is really important”. She is described as a “legendary hostess” and has over 3,000 followers on Twitter.