Kirsty Bertarelli Net Worth

Kirsty Bertarelli was born on June 30, 1971 in Staffordshire, England, British, is Former Miss UK, Wife of Ernesto Bertarelli. Kirsty Bertarelli is a British singer, songwriter and philanthropist who is best known as the wife of Swiss billionaire Ernesto Bertarelli. She is currently Britain's richest woman thanks to the fact that her husband’s family ranks 6th on the list of UK’s wealthiest people. The Bertarelli family also ranks 4th on the list of wealthiest people in Switzerland. She is a former beauty pageant winner who was crowned Miss UK in 1988 and bagged the 2nd runner-up spot at the Miss World pageant that year. She is also a philanthropist who supports several charities in Switzerland, including the Smiling Children Foundation. She is a trustee at Bertarelli Foundation, which supports research projects on life sciences, especially neuroscience, and is focused on protecting marine reserve in the Chagos Archipelago. As a singer, she has released six studio albums and a Christmas EP so far, including her debut album ‘Elusive’. She is the writer of the All Saints hit single ‘Black Coffee’.
Kirsty Bertarelli is a member of Singers

Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Former Miss UK, Wife of Ernesto Bertarelli
Birth Day June 30, 1971
Birth Place Staffordshire, England, British
Birth Sign Cancer
Residence Switzerland
Occupation Song writer Singer
Known for Miss UK, 1988 "Black Coffee" (All Saints song)
Spouse(s) Ernesto Bertarelli (m. 2000)
Children 3
Website Kirsty Bertarelli's music website

💰 Net worth: $9 Billion



She was crowned Miss UK in 1988, giving her the right to compete in the 1988 Miss World pageant where she placed 2nd runner-up. After moving to London, she began to write music professionally and was signed on to Warner Records.


In 2000, she co-wrote "Black Coffee". The song was recorded by All Saints and became a worldwide hit. It was number one in the UK chart, reached the Top 10 in seven other countries and featured in various international charts for 20 weeks.


Universal Music liked the songs and decided to sign her. The first single, "Don’t Say", was released digitally through online stores on 9 December 2009. Her debut album Elusive was published on 15 January 2010, entering the Swiss charts in the 20th position.


Throughout 2010, Bertarelli published two more singles in Switzerland ("Elusive" and "More Than Anything"). She also had several live performances, including the Montreux Jazz Festival and opening acts for Simply Red in Edinburgh and Zürich.


2011 also saw the release of her single "Set Your Body Free" which included remixes from Loverush UK!, Jason van Wyk, Full Intention and Nova.


In February 2012, her acoustic album Green was released digitally on iTunes worldwide. Continuing her support for the WWF, proceeds from the album are being donated to the WWF.


Bertarelli then released her next album titled Love Is, which was partly recorded in Nashville, Tennessee. Her latest album, called Indigo Shores, was released on 12 May 2014 following her signing by Decca Records in the autumn of 2013.


Born in the United Kingdom, Kirsty spent her childhood in Stone in Staffordshire. Her family owns one of the world’s major manufacturers of ceramic products, Churchill China.

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