How rich is Lauren Conrad?

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How rich is Lauren Conrad?

Lauren Conrad Net Worth:
$25 Million

Birth date: February 1, 1986
Birth place: Laguna Beach, California, United States
Height:5 ft 6 in (1.69 m)
Profession: TV Personality, Author, Fashion designer, Voice Actor
Education: Laguna Beach High School, Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, Academy of Art University
Nationality: United States of America
Spouse: William Tell (m. 2014)
Parents: Kathy Conrad, Jim Conrad
Siblings: Breanna Conrad, Brandon Conrad
Awards: Young Hollywood Award for SodaStream Unbottle the World, Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Female Reality Star
Nominations: Teen Choice Award for Choice Red Carpet Fashion Icon Female
TV shows: The Hills, The Hills Live
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Lauren Conrad Net Worth:

Lauren Conrad Net Worth $25 Million

Lauren Conrad attained instant celebrity status with all the television program Laguna Beach: the real Orange County on MTV. This spin off followed the daily lives of Lauren and several of her friends in La and finished at the center of 2009. Her first fashion line was found in 2008. It was known as The Lauren Conrad Group. That year between sanctions, her fashion line and appearances on several shows, she raked in 1.5 Million dollars. Lauren’s fashion lines continue to supply income as well do the seven novels that she authored. Lauren Conrad have now a net worth around $25 Million dollars!

So, how much is $25 Million dollars actually? If Lauren Conrad wished to liquidate all her assets and drive, she could ensure her car is in tip top shape by getting routine oil changes. Considering the typical oil change in a sizable retail service center including Tires Plus costs $19.99, Lauren could get 600,300 oil changes. Most automobile manufacturers recommend the oil in a vehicle be changed every three thousand miles. Ms. Conrad would be able to go 1,800,900,000 miles before she had need to get a job to pay for the next oil change! Or, she could only purchase 15,189,873 Nestle’s Crunch candy bars but if she uses up all of them herself, she’d need to join the health club and work out difficult and frequently as the candy bars would equate to an unbelievable 3,797,468,250 calories. Hopefully, she’d prefer to take the drive rather than use up all the calories!


Source: Wikipedia