• Tamiko Bolton is the third wife of George Soros and has a net worth of over $1 million.
• She and George were married in 2013 and had a wedding attended by 500 guests.
• Tamiko is of Japanese descent and was raised in California.
• She was previously married but the identity of her first husband is unknown.
• Tamiko was involved in a $50 million lawsuit between George Soros and his former partner.
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Who Is George Soros’ Wife, Tamiko Bolton?
The information regarding Bolton’s exact date of birth is unavailable, so her zodiac sign is unknown, however, she was born in 1971, so is 47 years old, and 41 years younger than her husband. She is best known as the third wife of George Soros, but a pharmacist, an education consultant and entrepreneur in her own right.
Tamiko reportedly met her husband, who is twice her age, at a dinner party in 2008 and they soon started a relationship. George didn’t actually propose until 2012, when the couple was visiting the Hamptons. Shortly afterwards, they announced that they would be getting married soon. Tamiko’s engagement ring was a Graff diamond in a platinum setting on a rose gold band. The wedding ceremony was held in September 2013, and the bride was reportedly dressed in a gown designed by Reem Acra. The wedding was attended by 500 guests, such as Jim Young Kim, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Edi Rama and Bono from the band U2. After that, the reception was hosted at the Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, and another reception in the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan. The couple insisted that, instead of buying expensive gifts, their guests donate to charities.
Who Is Tamiko’s Husband, George Soros?
George Soros is a Hungarian-American businessman, philanthropist, author and political activist. He is actually one of the most successful investors worldwide, but he is also well known for donating large sums to charities, including his own philanthropic agency, Open Society Foundations. In 1992, he sold US$10 billion worth of Pound sterling, which made him a profit of $1 billion, becoming known as “The Man Who Broke the Bank of England”. From two previous marriages he has five children: Robert Daniel Soros, Andrea Soros Colombel, Jonathan Tivadar Soros, Alexander Soros and Gregory James Soros.
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George Soros speaks at a World Economic Forum dinner in Davos about the state of American democracy on the eve of the presidential inauguration.⠀ ⠀ "The United States has a strong constitution and resilient institutions, and even though this moment may usher in grave threats to our democracy I am confident that open society will prevail."⠀ ⠀ Photo credit: © Jason Alden/Bloomberg/Getty⠀ ⠀ #democracy #opensociety #inauguration
Early Life, Education and Parents
When it comes to Bolton’s ethnicity, she is Asian and was born into a family of Japanese descent. She was raised in California, and is a daughter of a nurse and a retired naval commander. She has dark hair and eyes and perfect skin. Despite being in the fifth decade of her life, Tamiko remains looking youthful. According to photos available on the internet, she has a slim figure, which is just one of her many assets. Speaking about her education, Bolton was a student of the University of Utah, and also attended the University of Miami. Prior to marrying Soros, she was married once, but she doesn’t share the identity of her first husband with the media.
Bolton became one of the subjects of a legal battle, between Adriana Ferreyr, George’s previous partner and a former soap opera star, and Soros, when Adriana filed a $50 million lawsuit against him. She also claimed that he promised he would give her the $1.9 million-valued apartment on Manhattan, which he ultimately gave to Bolton. During the hearing of the lawsuit, the former actress became violent, attacking George and his lawyers. Soros ultimately filed a pending motion asking for her lawsuit to be dismissed. Tamiko herself likes to keep her private life behind closed doors, and isn’t active on any social media.
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