Who is Phoebe Gates' new boyfriend? Bill Gates' daughter gets cozy with mystery man on Instagram
Phoebe posted the romantic 'couple picture' on Wednesday, July 6, with two red heart emojis
Phoebe Gates, the youngest child of Bill and Melinda Gates, is in the spotlight after she posted an image of herself with her new boyfriend. The 19-year-old, who is one of three children of the now-divorced couple, posted the romantic 'couple picture' on her Instagram Story feed.
Phoebe's eldest sibling is 26-year-old Jennifer, followed by 23-year-old Rory. She posted the image with the mystery man on Wednesday, July 6th, with two red heart emojis. In the sun-kissed picture, the unidentified guy is kissing her on the cheek as she smiles.
Bill Gates youngest daughter ‘Phoebe Gates’ shares photos of her and her new man ❤️ pic.twitter.com/7qTCjpS5zV— dubseatv (@dubseatv) July 5, 2022
Phoebe, who is currently studying at Stanford University, California, didn't tag the guy or mention a name, so it is assumed he is a non-celebrity and fellow Stanford student. In 2021, after her parents announced their divorce, Phoebe was spotted with her father, Bill Gates, and former boyfriend, Chaz Flynn, in Manhattan, New York.
MEAWW previously reported that Phoebe and Chaz were spotted after flying into Newark Airport, New Jersey with Bill Gates before heading to the popular celebrity restaurant Nobu. Check out the images from the above outing here. According to reports, Phoebe and Chaz started dating in 2019 and were together for a few years before breaking up in 2021.
He reportedly belonged to her hometown, Seattle, and had attended Lakeside School with her. Phoebe posted pictures with him on Instagram a few times, including a birthday wish that said, "Happy birthday my love," with a photo of them in a swimming pool. The posts and pictures have since been deleted from Phoebe's Instagram account.
Recently, Phoebe spoke up about the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v Wade in a Vogue opinion piece. "It's been a terrible week for American women, and I know that just about everybody needs an emotional outlet right now— to fire off an angry tweet or post an abortion fund donation link. But the real test is whether we stay angry," she wrote.
"Will we still be enraged next week? Next year? Over the next decade? Because that's how long the power struggle for abortion rights may take. It took decades to gain the right to choose and 50 years to lose it. It may well take 50 more years to regain it again," Phoebe added. "I'm only 19 years old, and I don't know where life will take me, especially not decades from now," she continued in the opinion piece.
"But I am sure of this: Wherever I end up, I'll still be working to ensure that no woman–in America, or in any country–ends up in a room like the one where I met those 52 teen girls in Rwanda. That, I hope, is the final legacy of Friday's decision: that it created a whole generation of pissed-off young people who will devote our lives to winning back a woman's right to choose. This time, for good," Phoebe concluded.
"Thank you @voguemagazine for giving me the space to talk about critical women’s health issues both near and far. It's an honor to be featured and to highlight the work of @partnersinhealth in Rwanda. Link in my stories to read [growing heart emoji]," she shared a screenshot of the opinion piece with her 135k+ followers.