Gina Rinehart

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Georgina "Gina" Hope Rinehart (born 9 February 1954 at St John's, Perth, Western Australia) is the heiress of Hancock Prospecting, and the daughter of mining magnate Lang Hancock.

In 2011 it was estimated Rinehart was Australia's wealthiest person, with a net worth estimated at A$9 billion.

Early life and family

Rinehart lived with her parents at Nunyerry, north of Wittenoom until she was four. She later boarded at St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls in Perth and afterwards studied economics for one year at Sydney University.

<!-- After dropping out from studying economics in Sydney she joined the Hancock Group as the personal assistant to her father, gaining an extensive knowledge of the Pilbara iron-ore industry and in particular at Marandoo mine, for which a bankable feasibility study was undertaken in conjunction with then partner, Texasgulf Inc.-->As a teenager Gina met Greg Milton, an Englishman, while both were working in Wittenoom. At age 19 she and Greg married, after he had changed his surname to Hayward. The Haywards had two children, John Langley (born 2 January 1976) Frank died in about 1990.


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