It’s been a big week for big money. There’s been plenty of speculation about who will be the first billionaire to enter the trillionaire club, and we also revealed the British royal millennial whose bank balance is bigger than Queen Elizabeth’s. We’ve also covered Harvard’s shocking rejection of China’s richest man and, of course, we cannot forget Kylie Jenner's infamous “billionaire” scandal. 5 Chinese tycoons who lost billions thanks to Covid-19 Time for an upgrade: who will become the world’s first trillionaire? Which billionaire do you think will be the first to hit the thirteen digit-figure jackpot? Will it be Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos , Facebook founder and chairman Mark Zuckerberg , Alibaba Group founder Jack Ma , Tencent Holdings chairman and CEO Ma Huateng or chairman of Reliance Industries’ Mukesh Ambani ? Click here to find out who is most likely to be the world’s No 1. Inside Kylie Jenner’s new US$36.5 mansion – in pictures Scandal, accusations and meltdowns: Forbes magazine vs Kylie Jenner Gossip, rumours and scandals are nothing new to the Kardashian-Jenner clan. But this time, the youngest member of the family finds herself accused of a shocking offence – lying about her net worth. Last year, Forbes proclaimed Kylie Jenner as the world’s youngest “self-made” billionaire all thanks to her successful beauty company, Kylie Cosmetics. However, the magazine now believes that Jenner exaggerated the profitability and size of her business and forged tax returns. This accusation outraged Jenner, and she took it to social media to express her anger. Click here to find out about more about the feud and how she defended herself with a Twitter meltdown. Where did China’s wealthiest entrepreneurs study? Ever wonder where China’s super-rich obtained their education? The most shocking reveal is that Jack Ma, co-founder of the Alibaba Group (which owns the South China Morning Post ), applied 10 times to Harvard Business School but was rejected each time. Click here to find out where Baidu’s Robin Li, Xiaomi’s Lei Jun, Tencent’s Ma Huateng and others got their education. There are only 6 billionaires in Hollywood – can you guess who? Meet the royal millennial who is richer than Queen Elizabeth View this post on Instagram A post shared by Le Piu Affascinanti Di Milano (@lepiuaffascinantidimilano) on Apr 16, 2020 at 6:22am PDT Known as one of UK’s most eligible bachelors and one of the world’s wealthiest millennials, 29-year-old Hugh Grosvenor makes it to the top. The Duke of Westminster inherited more than £10 billion (US$12.3 billion) from his father, and his personal assets beat Queen Elizabeth’s personal £429.3 million (US$537.2 million) fortune. However, he caused some controversy for not paying estate taxes after his father died. Despite the controversy, Grosvenor plans to remake London in terms of real estate and recently donated £12.5 million (US$15.6 million) to the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), to research and development and to children’s food charities to help combat Covid-19. Here’s the full story . Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .