Athina Onassis Net Worth

Net Worth:$1 Billion
Date of Birth: January 29, 1985 (39 years old)
Height:5 ft 7 in (171 cm)
Profession: Athlete and Equestrian,

What is Athina Onassis’s net worth? How does Athina Onassis make her money? Below is the current net worth of Athina Onassis and how Athina Onassis makes her money.

What is Athina Onassis’ Net Worth?

Athina Onassis is a French-Greek Athlete and equestrian who has a net worth of $1 billion. Her net worth is a result of her family’s wealth but her popularity can be traced to her show jumper career which has made a good name for her.

She is also an heiress to Aristotle Onassis’s shipping fortune which is a family business.

Athina’s career life as a jockey kickstarted when she was still an adolescent and was well-recognized with the name Athina Roussel, ever since then she had tried so hard to reunite with her Greek culture by learning the Greek language and reestablishing her Greek surname.


On January 29, 1985, Athina Hélène Onassis was birthed in  Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, Christina, her mother, was a greek heiress, socialite, and businesswoman, and Thierry Roussel, her father, is a French pharmaceutical heir.

Following the fathering of two children with model Marianne “Gaby” Language, Roussel and Christina divorced in 1987. Athina Onassis was barely 3 years old when Christina tragically passed away from pulmonary edema the following year.

Subsequently, Onassis was brought up by her father and Model Marianne whom he later married in 1990.

Athina Onassis was schooled in Lussy-sur-Morges, Switzerland, completed a preparatory course in Brussels, Belgium, and passed her baccalaureat exam in 2003. She has three step-siblings; two sisters(Sandrine and Johanna) and a brother(Erik) and a grandpa who is enlisted among one of the richest men in the world.

He is a Greek shipping magnate named Aristotle Onassis. Before he passed away, he was married to Jacqueline Kennedy who reportedly from his estate received $26 million.

Sports Career

When Athina Onassis was young, she started horseback riding, and in 2001, she came out second in a competition in Jerez, Spain. Both as the competition’s patroness and as a show jumper competing in the Global Champions Tour, she fully participated.

In 2007, she founded the show in So Paulo called Athina Onassis International Horse from which it later relocated to Rio de Janeiro, Saint-Tropez, and finally settled in London later in 2014.

Despite suffering from a spinal injury in 2012 as a result of falling off her horse, Athina Onassis participated in the European Show Jumping Championships the next year. The 2014 World Championships were another event in which she was among the competitors.

Coit-owners of the Belgian company AD Sport Horses, Athina, and her ex-husband Lvaro de Miranda Neto dedicated their time and attention to horse training and breeding.

Private Life

In 2003, Athina Onassis dated an Olympic-medal-winning show jumper and Brazilian native Lvaro de Miranda Neto. She also purchased a 10,600-square-foot house for a whopping $8.6 million, in So Paulo during that time.

After allegations that Alvaro had a relationship with another woman for eight of their eleven years of marriage, the couple divorced legally in 2016 after getting married to their nuptials on December 3, 2005.

According to reports, Miranda(the strange woman)requested (based on their prenuptial agreement) 11 million euros in the divorce as well as “350,000 euros for support, payment for their joint ventures, as well as custody of their horses and properties with a total value of 400,000,000 dollars.”

Alvaro received “almost nothing” in the divorce settlement that was finalized in late 2017.  when Onassis was still married, she groomed Viviane(Miranda’s child) as her stepdaughter, actress/model Cibele Dorsa, and Fernando, alongside Dorsa’s son from her former relationship.

Estate of Onassis

The remaining 45% of the estate (less Jackie Kennedy Onassis’s $26 million share) was left to the Alexander S. Onassis Foundation, which was established in memory of Aristotle’s son, Alexander. Christina, Athina’s mother, received 55% of the Onassis fortune.

Real Estate

A horse farm in Wellington, Florida, that Athina purchased for $12 million in 2014 was sold by her for $12.75 million later in 2017.

Ekaterina Rybolovleva, a Russian billionaire, purchased the Greek island of Skorpios in 2013 from Athina. It is rumored that the sale will cost around $150 million, though the exact amount is untold.

Aristotle purchased Skorpios in 1963 for 3.5 million drachmas or about $12,000 in today’s money, where Aristotle, Alexander, and Christina are laid to rest there.


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