Christin Chiu, a Sagittarius born on December 13, 1982, will turn 38 years old in 2020.
Christine Chiu is a Taiwanese native. According to rumors, the Asian-American beauty hasn’t spoken to her wealthy father in more than a decade after being cut off from the family for unknown reasons.
Her maiden name was Cheng before she took on the Chiu family surname.
Christine had 255k Instagram followers at the time Bling Empire premiered on Netflix. The number was undoubtedly expected to grow larger with a new kind of celebrity, especially after Christine had already been dubbed “couture queen.”
She was not on Twitter at the time but maintained a low-key presence on Facebook.
Christine Chiu adores dressing up. She dislikes seeing celebrities wearing the same ultra-exclusive front rows from Armani to Chanel that she paid a lot of money for.
Christine is unquestionably a fitness enthusiast who thrives on staying in shape. She has long black hair that she frequently lets down to show off her free-flowing natural curls.
Bling Empire on Netflix follows a group of extravagantly wealthy Asian American friends in Los Angeles, one of whom is Christine Chiu, who has been blessed with the opportunity to share the Chiu family’s culture and journey with the world. Along with Christine, the show will feature models Kevin Krieder and Jaime Xie, as well as DJ Kim Lee, Cherie Chan, Kane Lim, Anna Shay, Kelly Mi Li, Andrew Gray, Florent Bonadei, and Jessey Lee.
Christine is a well-known face in the public relations and beauty industries, having earned an honors degree in international business from Pepperdine University. As managing partner of her husband’s Beverly Hills luxury medispa, she is focused on growing the business by attracting more celebrities and Hollywood heavyweights as clients. At the same time, she was an active participant in philanthropic endeavors. She was a board member of a number of charitable organizations.
Not to mention that she and her husband recently partnered with Prince Charles to open the Prince’s Foundation Chiu Integrated Health Program in Cumnock, Scotland, in 2019.
Christine Chiu saved over $20 million in this manner, despite the fact that she is known to spend $100,000 on a single gown. While it was also reported that she and her husband had a combined net worth of $50 million (as of 2021).
Christine Chiu estimated Net Worth, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles & many more details have been updated below. Let’s check, How Rich is Christine Chiu in 2020 -2021?
|Estimated Net Worth in 2021||$50 million|
|Previous Year’s Net Worth (2020)||$40 million|
|Annual Salary||Under Review.|
|Net Worth Verification Status||Not Verified|
Christine Chiu, who married Gabriel Chiu in 2008, opens up on Bling Empire about numerous family secrets. For one thing, she revealed that her husband would be the emperor’s son, and their son Gabriel Christian Chiu III, aka Baby G, would be a “little prince,” if dynasties were still a thing in China.
The Chiu family’s pride and joy was born on June 29th, 2018, weighing 7 pounds, 7.4 ounces, and measuring 19.9 inches. Christine wrote on Instagram recently (Jan. 15, 2021) as the family celebrated the Chinese New Year, “we waited 12 years to be able to celebrate Chinese New Year as a family with Baby G.”
Christine and her husband meet with their doctor to discuss having another child in PEOPLE’s exclusive sneak peek at the 2021 release of Bling Empire. And, in light of the challenging first pregnancy, the doctor suggested surrogacy. Concerned for Christine’s safety, Gabriel even asked her not to carry the baby alone. He spoke, choked up:
“You could have perished. Re-pregnancy is not an option for you. I was almost forced to choose between you and having a child.”
Meanwhile, Christine, convinced that having a baby through surrogacy would offend her in-laws, appeared to be in too much of a quandary to make any decision.
“Gabe’s parents are opposed to surrogacy. They are extremely traditional, and surrogacy is not accepted. I literally just got out of the dog house with my in-laws and I’m not ready to go through it again.”