Inside the Life of the Richest Man in the World, Including the ‘Sexiest Thing’ He Does

CEO of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, is the richest person in the world, according to Time. He can complete as many Amazon Prime orders as he wants without concern. His daily life is relatively normal, considering his wealth.

Keep reading to see what life is like for Jeff Bezos and what he considers the ‘sexiest thing’ he does (page 6).

MacKenzie and Jeff’s relationship began over lunch


She fell for his laugh first.  | Ian Gavan/Getty Images for O2

Before they were the richest people in the world, MacKenzie and Jeff Bezos were two people working at an investment management firm, according to Business Insider. “My office was next door to his, and all day long I listened to that fabulous laugh,” MacKenzie told Vogue. “How could you not fall in love with that laugh?” One day, she suggested they have lunch. Within three months of dating they were engaged and within another three months later, they were married.

Hint: Jeff Bezos is fond of cinnamon rolls.

Eats a healthy breakfast (but didn’t always)

Bezos used to eat a can of cinnamon rolls every morning. | iStock

Jeff, his wife MacKenzie, and their kids eat breakfast together. Contrary to earlier in Jeff’s life, the food on his family’s table is healthy. Jeff used to eat cinnamon rolls for breakfast. “I would wake up in the morning. I would preheat the oven to 375. I would get the baking sheet. I would crack open the Pillsbury biscuits and place them on there…with butter. And I would eat the whole can,” Jeff told his brother, Mark, during an interview.

Hint: Jeff likes to surprise his wife.  

Jeff buys clothes for MacKenzie

woman holding shopping bags

He surprises her with clothes. | Kikovic/iStock/Getty Images

“I pay attention to what she likes to wear, and you’d be amazed by how often things work,” Jeff Bezos told Vogue. “Sometimes I call her and say, ‘What’s your such-and-such size?’ and she says, ‘Why?’ and I say, ‘None of your business!’ It delights her.” Bezos highly recommends this to any man.

Hint: The CEO has no morning meetings.

Jeff Bezos spends his mornings at home

breakfast with muesli, grapes, cheese and juice

Breakfast time is important at the Bezos house. | voss

In addition to having breakfast with his family, Bezos doesn’t schedule any early morning meetings with his staff at Amazon, according to Business Insider. Mornings are spent with his family instead of working at the office. They can eat breakfast and get ready for the day together.

Hint: Jeff and MacKenzie let their kids use power tools at a young age.

Resourcefulness is taught in the Bezos home

Jeff and Mackenzie Bezos want their children to be resourceful. | Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

Jeff and MacKenzie have four children, all of whom are taught to be resourceful. At young ages, their kids were using power tools and sharp knives, Jeff Bezos told Inc. “My wife, much to her credit, she has this great saying, ‘I would much rather have a kid with 9 fingers than a resourceless kid.’ Which, I just think, is a fantastic attitude about life,” Bezos said.

Hint: The sexiest thing Jeff Bezos does will surprise you.

Washing the dishes

Dishes and Tableware

Bezos doesn’t mind doing the dishes. | de Maximy

Jeff Bezos ends his days by doing a chore most everyone deplores. The chore is doing dishes. “I’m pretty convinced it’s the sexiest thing I do,” he told Business Insider CEO Henry Blodget. Jeff told Blodget, his wife appreciates him doing the dishes.

Hint: MacKenzie drives the family around.

The family doesn’t employ a driver

View of the 2018 Honda Odyssey

Next time you see a Honda Odyssey on the road, it could be MacKenzie Bezos. | Honda

MacKenzie drops the kids off at school every morning and picks them up after spending the day writing, she told Vogue. After dropping the kids off at school, MacKenzie drops Jeff off at work in the family’s Honda minivan, according to Business Insider.

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