Salma Hayek, more wealthy that the Queen Elizabeth II

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Mexican actress and entrepreneur Salma Hayek it is the sixth woman more wealthy of the Uk, even above your own queen Elizabeth II and figures such as the former Spice Girl, Victoria Beckham.

While the veracruz, who is an actress, producer and businesswoman, has worked much, the thickness of his fortune, estimated at 8.1 billion dollars, comes from the French Francois-Henri Pinaulther husband and father of her daughter Valentina Paloma, one of the richest men in the world, according to the annual tally of fortunes that makes The Sunday Times.

Hayek is very above of the queen Isabel II, whose fortune is valued at about $ 428 million, and who occupies the place 66 the list.

Hayek, in addition to being one of the richest women, it is also a social activist, committed, and today, Thursday sent a message of support to the women in this quarantine have been deeply offended in her own home.

“We retired to our homes to protect us from the threat of Covid-19but if our home was a threat in itself. According to UN Womenthe emerging data show that violence against women has intensified significantly during the pandemic, that is why it is so important that we take an opposition against gender-based violence and we stand in solidarity with women to create safer homes and healthier,” he said in a video that went up to his account of Instagram in English and Spanish.

“I really believe that we can generate a change if we unite our voices to shout “No more!”, let us join together to protect the Human Rights of girls and women everywhere. If not, we can return to the world as we knew it, let’s make sure we create a better one,” he said.

In this same press release reported that it has joined actively in a campaign for gender equality. “I have joined #StandWhitWomen and #keringforwomen, to support non-profit organizations that are working on the front lines of these issues, apoyemoslos so that they can continue to provide the extra help that these girls and women need more than ever in these moments,” he concluded.

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