Jennifer Gates (27 years old), the eldest daughter of Bill (67) y Melinda Gates (58), has announced through his social networks that she is pregnant with her first child. An expected baby that arrives just over a year after her wedding to the Egyptian businessman Nayel Nassar.
The marriage has chosen a very special day to reveal the news, Thanksgiving Day. In fact, Jennifer’s Instagram post is accompanied by a single word, “grateful”, with which she summarizes this stage of her life. Next to her, two photographs in which she shows her advanced state of pregnancy: in the first she appears posing with her husband and, in the second, she can be seen alone, caressing her belly and looking at him with sweetie.
Both images appear to be taken in the backyard of the farm North Salemlocated in New York, the same one where they celebrated their link on October 16, 2021. It is a horse farm that Bill Gates and his wife gave their daughter as a gift after graduating from university in 2018. Facilities that are valued at 16 million dollars (13.78 million euros) and that were baptized with the name of Wenchester County.
The congratulatory messages have not been long in coming and a large number of familiar faces such as the artist Mario Dedivanovic (39) or the businesswoman Whitney Wolfe Herd (33)have taken the opportunity to congratulate the future mother.
Also Melinda Gates, who has shown that she is eager to meet her grandson: “I couldn’t be more excited to meet this little guy and see the two of you become parents”, He has written. In addition, in her own profile she has uploaded a stories in which he assures that “he has not stopped smiling” after hearing the news. It is not surprising considering that it is the first grandchild for Microsoft founder and his wife, who are also the parents of two other children, Rory, 23, and Phoebe, 20.
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Bill Gates’ daughter got engaged with the young man of Egyptian origin, born in the United States, in January 2020, shortly before the coronavirus pandemic. This forced them to delay their wedding for more than a year and a half. The couple, both jockeys, met at Stanford University where he studied Business Administration and Economics and she graduated in Medicine.
They performed a private Muslim ceremony, in keeping with the Nassar religion, to which more than 300 guests attended who were able to enjoy live music from Elton Johnthe big surprise of the link.