Alexander Gilkes has been best recognized as a British businessman and art dealer. He is very popular for being the co-founder of Squared Circles which was recently launched this year. Previously, he was known for being the co-founder of Paddle8 where he had also served as the president.
|Birthday||July 16, 1979|
|Height||5 feet and 8 inches|
|Profession||Businessman, Art Dealer|
|Parents||Jeremy Gilkes and Robin Gilkes|
|Net Worth||$25 million|
|Married/Single||Engaged to Maria Sharapova|
|Wife||Misha Nonoo (m. July 2012)|
|Education||Eton College, University of Bristol|
Who was Alexander Gilkes married to? Previously, Alexander was married to a British fashion designer named Misha Nonoo in July 2012. However, the couple parted their ways with a divorce three years back, in 2017. Now, his ex-wife Misha is enjoying her married life with a businessman named Mikey Hess.
10 Facts on Alexander Gilkes:
- Alexander Gilkes, the British businessman has an estimated net worth of $25 million as of 2020.
- These days, Alexander Gilkes is very often recognized as Maria Sharapova‘s fiance after the couple announced their engagement on December 17, 2020.
- Previously, Alexander Gilkes’s wedding ceremony with Misha was held in Venice, Italy and a lot of popular personalities including Princess Beatrice and Eugenie had attended.
- Although Misha had mistaken him as gay when she first saw him, Alexander Gilkes is not actually gay.
- Speaking about his earnings, he has earned mostly from his businesses and also from a lot of art deals.
- According to his bio on Wikipedia, he was born as well as raised in Camden, London, England.
- Talking about his family, Alexander was born to Jeremy Gilkes and Robin Gilkes. Also, he has a brother named Charlie Gilkes.
- Even though we know that he is of British nationality, we are absolutely clueless regarding what his ethnicity is.
- With around 59.3 thousand followers, he can be found active on Instagram as @gilkesa.
- Moving on to his education, Alexander had completed his college studies at Eton College, and later, he completed his graduation from the University of Bristol.