What is Crystal Kung Minkoff's net worth? Inside simple lifestyle of massively wealthy new 'RHOBH' housewife
The Beverly Hills housewives are known for their glitzy and glamorous lifestyle. From owning stunning mansions to designer outfits, the stars of 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' love living life king size, but Crystal Kung Minkoff might be an exception.
The newest addition to the cast of 'RHOBH', Crystal Kung Minkoff is already making waves as the first Asian housewife of the franchise. She has managed to pique the interest of all Bravo fans even before making her big debut. Just like her co-stars, Crystal, 35, has very strong ties with Hollywood thanks to her extremely successful director husband Rob Minkoff. Rob was the director of the iconic 'The Lion King'. If you're curious to know more about how the couple managed to amass their wealth and about their lifestyle that's way different than other housewives', read on.
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What is Crystal Kung Minkoff's net worth?
Although there are no reports of the new housewife's net worth, Net Worth Post has estimated her net worth as $15 million by assuming that she shares her money and assets with her husband Rob whose net worth has been estimated to be around $15 million. However, the housewife's net worth might be relatively higher considering she's a very successful entrepreneur herself.
Crystal is the co-founder of Real Coco, a brand that offers several coconut-based products such as water, milk, coffee creamer and chips. The brand's website states, "We believe the coconut is the most sustainable plant-based food out there. It is our goal to provide the purest, cleanest, and most importantly tastiest, coconut products on the planet." Crystal is extremely passionate about a healthy and simple lifestyle.
Despite her massive fortune, Crystal enjoys leading a relatively simpler lifestyle compared to her co-stars. A source close to the housewife reportedly told ET about Crystal's inclination to highlight the diversity in Beverly Hills. The source shared although Crystal "is not a reality TV person," she was still keen on joining the show as "she feels that Asians need more representation on TV." "This was an opportunity that came to her and she felt a strong responsibility to pursue it. Not only does Crystal want to highlight the diversity of those living in Beverly Hills, but she also wants to convey that one can be down to earth and live a simpler life in Beverly Hills as well," added the source.
No matter what the new housewife's net worth might be, it's only set to go upwards thanks to her stint on 'RHOBH'. Many of her co-stars' businesses have taken off and done extremely well after they banked on their newfound fame as reality stars. We can't wait to watch Crystal and her simplistic lifestyle on 'RHOBH'. Crystal will be starring alongside returning housewives Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, Dorit Kemsley, Garcelle Beauvais, Erika Jayne, and newly promoted housewife Sutton Stracke.
'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Season 11 premieres on Wednesday, May 19 at 8 PM ET/PT only on Bravo.