Diana Jenkins' net worth is estimated at $200-300 million.
Diana Jenkins' net worth stats
|Source of wealth:
|Divorce settlement, reality TV, entrepreneur
|Date of birth:
|Place of birth:
|Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
How did Diana Jenkins build her net worth?
Sanela Diana Jenkins, aka Diana Jenkins, is a prominent socialite, advocate for society's disadvantaged, and a star of the ever-popular Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (RHOBH) who made her money as an entrepreneur and in divorce proceedings.
Taking her middle name only, Diana was born in Bosnia and fled to Croatia as a child refugee with her parents. She is no dumb blond and studied economics and computer science at London's City University.
She met and married Richard Jenkins, the former head of private equity at Barclays Bank, London, allegedly the highest-earning banker at the time. They divorced in 2009, very amicably, with Jenkins willing to part with half of his reported $80 to $100 million in the bank.
Some sources say she received around $100 million. Not many people can receive accolades like this from their ex-spouses.
"Diana and I had a wonderful marriage for ten years. We have two fantastic kids together. Without her, I would not have anything like the success I have had. We built our fortune together from scratch, so why shouldn’t she get half?”
Diana does not rest on the laurels of her wealth and is an entrepreneur in her own right. She is the CEO of "Neuro," a beverage company that sells drinks such as Sleep, Bliss, Sonic, and Immune. According to RocketReach, the company generates an annual revenue of $79 million.
How the fallen have become mighty.
How has Diana Jenkins spent her wealth?
Diana Jenkins famously said: “Money is a wonderful thing. I love to earn it, and I love to spend it.” She also said that she lives a very big life, which includes lots of travel.
She is certainly living up to her word. Diana stated matter-of-factly, “Giorgio Armani designed my home in London.” The beautiful socialite also revealed in an interview with Bravo that this was not her first foray into having her homes redecorated by big names—Fendi put his touch on her first London house.
With no reason to remain in England, Diana relocated to Los Angeles, shelled out $21 million for a mansion in Malibu in the early 2000s, and sold it for around $87 million in 2021.
Diana is now "slumming it" in a 13 000-square-foot home in Hidden Hills worth around $13 million.
Buying and redecorating her beautiful homes seems somewhat of a passion, as she revealed in an episode of RHOBH that she currently owns “around five, six houses” in London, the US, Sarajevo, and Hvar, the stylish Croatian party town.
It isn't cheap to send a team of people ahead to vet where she will stay when she is on location. They check the place and ensure that every detail is perfect, from the bedding to the soap. She spends money ensuring that she feels cozy everywhere, and it's how she likes it.
Keeping up with the Joneses, or in this case, the other housewives, is a pretty expensive business as Bravo does not pay for the magnificent wardrobe and accessories that Diana flaunts on the show in front of her less well-heeled co-stars. Flashing her wealth included chartering a private jet to fly the Beverly Hill gossip queens to a luxury stay in Mexico. Rather than stay in a beautiful room allocated to her by the hostess, Kyle Umanski, she preferred to spend more on a suite at a nearby hotel. We're getting the impression that Diana Jenkins is a little entitled.
Mindful of only saving the "Birkins and Banksys," Diana tossed them in the car and drove away from her California fire-threatened home. Fortunately, the beautiful home survived, and the priceless bags rejoined the priceless collection of garments in Jenkin's walk-in.
However, it's not all fun and glamor.
Diana founded the "Sanela Diana Jenkins Foundation for Bosnia and Herzegovina" in memory of her brother, Irnis Ćatić, who did not survive the horror of the Bosnia/Serbia war. The foundation has supported or fully funded more than 100 projects since 2004.
Jenkins generously infused $1 million of her own money to assist the victims of the catastrophic earthquake which recently struck Haiti. The Jenkins-Penn Haitian Relief Organization recruited doctors and nurses, ordered water filters and medical supplies, and chartered a cargo plane.
And the giving didn't seem to stop when she announced on Instagram that she donated $100,000 to family members of the victims involved in the 2018 Lion Air 610 plane crash — a matter her co-star Erika Jayne is no stranger to as her ex-husband was being prosecuted for allegedly defrauding the family members out of their claims through his law firm. This was in the name of another Diana Jenkins foundation called Sunela.
We could find no reputable reference to the cars Diana drives, but we'd lay odds that there is quite a collection.
How rich is Diana Jenkins?
Diana Jenkins has a net worth of between $250 and $300 million.
Is Diana Jenkins a millionaire?
Yes, Diana Jenkins is, without a doubt, a millionaire.