Jeff Bezos ventured into space last year, and soon his girlfriend will follow suit. Lauren Sánchez stated in a Monday interview with CNN that she hopes to travel to space in 2023.
Lauren Sanchez, Jeff Bezos’s girlfriend, has stated that she intends to travel to space in 2019!
Sánchez has experience as a helicopter pilot and has worked as a reporter and news anchor in the past. In 2016, he founded Black Ops Aviation, a business that specialises in aerial production and filming.
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She and Bezos have been spotted together in public since 2019. According to Sanchez, “a fantastic number of girls” will travel with her to space in place of the former CEO of Amazon.
Bezos was the first representative of his firm, Blue Origin, to travel to space in July 2021. He was travelling with his brother Mark, 82-year-old aviator Wally Funk, and a 16-year-old Dutch boy called Oliver Daemen.
In the interview on Monday
Bezos also vowed to donate the majority of his $124 billion fortune over his lifetime in an interview with CNN on Monday. He received criticism in recent years for refusing to sign the Giving Pledge, a pledge made by some of the richest people in the world to donate the majority of their wealth to charitable causes.
After signing the Giving Pledge in 2019, Bezos’s ex-wife MacKenzie Scott has donated more than $12 billion.
Bezos also discussed speculations that he wants to purchase the NFL team Washington Commanders. I grew up in Houston, Texas, and my favourite sport is football, which I played as a kid, he remarked to CNN, adding, “Yes, I’ve heard that rumour.” The only thing left to do is wait and see.
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