Even though the billionaire widow of Steve Jobs has been trying to maintain a low profile with her dating life, Laurene Powell Jobs, 55, was reportedly already spotted several times on romantic dates with Daniel Humm, celebrity chef from Eleven Madison Park.
Of course, the new couple is keeping their romance private, and thus far, it is not known what the full extent of their relationship is and whether this is a temporary fling or something more serious.
However, it is pretty evident from the behavior of Powell Jobs that she would prefer to avoid the public’s attention. Former Washington, DC, Mayor Adrian Fenty also had a brief and quiet romance with Powell Jobs.
The revelation comes just days after it was revealed that Humm had separated from his business partner, Will Guidara. And some have speculated that the two events might actually be related.
Could it be Powell Jobs who ranks among the richest women in the world, with a net worth of $21.3 billion might be interested in investing in Humm’s companies?
A deal currently being overseen by Humm includes the NoMad hotels located in NYC, LA, and Las Vegas, the New York eatery Made Nice, and upcoming projects at 425 Park Avenue and in London’s Claridge’s hotel.
It has been revealed that Humm is working on a new business deal with the help of a still unknown investor.
And many assume that it is the seventh-wealthiest female in the world is the mysterious financial backer.
However, much speculation and uncertainty were surrounding their relationship, and it never came to light what exactly was going on between the two.
The philanthropist became a multi-billionaire after inheriting her husband’s massive fortune after his death in 2011.
Powell Jobs, who worked on Wall Street as a fixed-income trading strategist for Goldman Sachs, has invested in multiple businesses including Terravera, a company that boasts of natural and organic products and The Atlantic magazine.
She is behind College Track with Carlos Watson, a nonprofit organization that was launched to prepare low-income students for college. Powell Jobs is also the founder of Emerson Collective, a group that promotes social justice.
She also invested in Monumental Sports & Entertainment, which owns the Washington Wizards, the Washington Capitals, and the WNBA Mystics.