Who is Jean Mosley? Jean is Max Mosley wife who lost his life after battling cancer on Sunday.
Mosley is an eminent personality who is better known as the wife of Max Mosley. Her husband, Max was a racing driver, lawyer, and businessman. He identified his major achievement as FIA President as the promotion of the European New Car Assessment Programme.
Recently, Mosley is being a talking point as her husband former F1 boss and privacy campaigner died at the age of 81.
Jean Mosley Age: How Old Is She?
Jean Mosley age might be in her 70s.
Apparently, there’s nothing much about Mosley’s exact date of birth as of yet. Thus, her zodiac sign is also questionable.
She has not spoken about her birthday or birthplace in the public domain. Moreover, she has kept a low profile, away from the spotlight of the media.
Does She Own Wikipedia Page?
Jean Mosley is officially not on Wikipedia yet.
Unlike her racing driver legend, Jean Mosley is left out from the Wikipedia bio.
Nonetheless, some of her information is available on Max’s Wikipedia page. Also, some other Web portals have written about her in brief.
Max Mosely’s Wikipedia divulges that Jean Mosley was the daughter of James Taylor, a policeman from Streatham.
Mosley Net Worth Uncovered
Jean Mosley enjoys the net worth of her husband, Max Mosely.
As per Celebrity Net Worth, the English former F1 race car driver and businessman have a net worth of more than $16 million.
After the death of her husband, Max Mosely, she might be claiming his net worth. Therefore, there’s no doubt Jean might have a luxurious and wealthy lifestyle.
Everything On Max Mosley Wife And Family
Jean Mosley is Max Mosley’s wife.
She happily took Max’s surname after tieing marital knots with him. The beloved couple married at the Chelsea Register Office on 9th June 1960.
They also had two sons – Alexander who was born in 1970 and Patrick who was born in 1972. Unfortunately, their first son, Alexander was found dead at his home. He was 39 when he died on 5th May 2009.
The Westminster coroner declared that he had died due to non-dependent drug abuse.