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She’s just 19 years old… and the world’s youngest billionaire

While most 19-year olds are wondering what it might be like to afford a really nice pair of jeans, this Norwegian teenager and her sister are topping the Forbes’ list of the youngest billionaires in the world.

She’s just 19 years old… and t
Now here’s a depressing fact: 7 of the world’s youngest billionaires are under the age of 30, according to Forbes.

At just 19 years old, Norwegian teenager Alexandra Andresen tops Forbes’ list of the youngest billionaires in the world. Forbes values Alexandra’s share at an astonishing R18.4 billion ($1.2 billion). Her sister, Katharina (20), is second wealthiest thanks to each of them owning a 42.2% stake in the investment company, Ferd, along with their heirship to a family fortune built on tobacco.

Fresh out of high school, we’re sure Alexandra is in no rush to get into a gruelling everyday 9-5 work cycle. Instead, she has taken an interest in horse-riding in which she competes regularly, having won a few medals in European championships.

The co-founders of Snapchat also made the list: Evan Spiegel (25) ranks 6th and has a net worth of R32.2 billion ($2.1bn) while Bobby Murphy (27) ranks 4th and is worth R27.6 billion ($1.8 bn).

Ludwig Theodore Braun (26), heir to one of the world’s largest medical products manufactured, is the 5th richest with a whopping R18.4 billion ($1.2 bn). Ranked 3rd is Gustav Wagnar Witzoe (22) also from Norway, who inherited all of the equity, but none of the control of his parents’ salmon farming company.