Blingtastic billionaire wife’s mega treatments
When you’re rich as your wildest dreams there’s no limit to what you can afford.
For some people, that means doing everything to excess and pursuing the things which you think will make you feel good about yourself.
For one billionaire’s wife, that has meant spending a massive amount of money on luxuries others might deem excessive.
Christina Estrada is in the process of getting divorced from billionaire businessman Sheikh Walid Juffali, and the divorce proceedings have revealed how much she spends on herself.
She’s spent £100,000 on a single outfit, uses 800 bottles of champagne to bathe in each year has two private jets and employs 22 personal staff – including two nannies.
She is able to get those staff to lay the table with diamond-encrusted dinner plates, spend £1,000,000 a year on clothes and just as much on annual holidays.
But it’s beauty treatments where Ms Estrada really splashes her cash. Last year she spent £94,000 on beauty treatments and buys moisturiser costing £2,300. She also bathes in champagne, having a bath in 40 bottles of the sparkling wince for ten consecutive days every six months, meaning she uses 800 bottles a year simply for bathing.
Christina Estrada’s £2,300 moisturiser comes from a private dermatologist, while she also regularly buys La Prairie Caviar Spectaculaire face cream, which costs £1,350 for 75ml, and most extravagantly of all, a Japanese brand of face cream called Cle de Peau Beaute, which costs £8,000.
She’s also no stranger to having surgery and has paid out for plastic surgery with a surgeon who charges for luxury, and uses a gold gilded scalpel while operating to add to the luxury factor.
Ms Estrada says she spends £93,783 each year simply on beauty treatments like wraps and facials too.
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