Lucinda Southworth Wiki, Bio, Married, Wedding, Husband, Kids, Net Worth
|Date of Birth||May 24, 1979|
|Age||41 Years 1 Month(s)|
|Husband/Spouse||Larry Page (m. 2007)|
|Education||Oxford University, University of Pennsylvania|
|Parents||Dr. Cathy McLain (Mother), Dr. Roy Southworth (Father)|
|Siblings||Carrie Southworth, McLain Southworth (Sisters)|
Lucinda Southworth popularly known as Lucy Southworth is well known for being wife to one of the most influential people in the world, Larry Page. Her husband is the co-founder of Google. The beautiful blonde has been involved in several charity works and has been part of medical practices in South Africa and wants to revamp the world.
Lucinda Southworth Married, Husband, Kids
Following Lucinda's romantic date with her husband Larry Page in 2006, the couple tied the knot after a year and a half. Her wedding with Larry was supposedly one of the big events. They decided to get married on Necker Island which is a Caribbean hideaway owned by Richard Branson who is also a virgin group billionaire.
The lavish wedding was attended by 600 guests including the star-studded inmates from Visionaries, Stanford, and several VIP business wizards. The high-profile guest included then business mogul Donald Trump and American media executive Oprah Winfrey. Their wedding was highlighted in media for several days. It is said that those with RSVP’s to the nuptial were whisked on a private plane to the island where he had reserved a hotel exclusively for guests.
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The University of Pennsylvania alum Lucinda is believed to be a social bird and was seen in a lot of social gatherings and parties. She was on numerous occasions seen at several parties, which included dinner at Vanity Fair editor Graydon and his wife and for Vanity Fair post-Oscar Party. She has been considered munificent women, and apart from her beauty and lavish lifestyle along with prodigious talent in her subject of study, she has been seen donating on numerous occasions.
Lucinda Southworth and her husband, Larry Page (Photo: YouTube)
They are believed to have a couple of kids. Their first child was born in 2009. She is happy with her husband and basked in all the praises she garnishes for her high moral value and philanthropist nature. She never backs down from an opportunity to serve the world’s cause and make this place better to live.
According to Bloomberg, nowadays, her husband Larry is taking less interest in Google and is spending a secluded life away from the stardom in Carribean island. He has mysteriously disappeared from the public eyes and has chosen to guard his privacy.
Net Worth Of Lucinda Southworth!
Lucinda relishes the net worth of $53 billion garnered by her Internet entrepreneur husband, Larry Page. Larry is the CEO and co-founder of American multinational technology company Google Inc. He and Sergey Brin created Google while they were graduate students at Stanford.
The Google co-founder is an owner of six percent stake of Google's parent company, Alphabet and sold almost $9 billion shares of Alphabet and Google in 2004. Aside from that, he owns 20 million shares of Class C Alphabet stock and is one of the American wealthiest entrepreneurs.
The wife of the multi-billionaire, Lucinda is an active philanthropist and is involved with various charitable organizations. In November 2014, she and Larry donated $15 million in West Africa to help against Ebola virus through their family foundation ‘Carl Victor Page Memorial Fund.'
Short Bio And Wiki
She was born on the 24th of May 1979 to Dr. Cathy Mclain and Dr. Roy Southworth. Her mother Roy worked as an educational psychologist, and her father served at World Bank. In her family, she has an elder sister named Carrie who is an American actress.
Lucinda was a bright student and completed her graduation from the University of Pennsylvania and obtained her MSc degree from Oxford University. She later completed her doctorate from Stanford University recently, on a research topic named Comparative analysis of expression data on a eukaryotic organism, as per wiki.