At 20-years-old the world's youngest billionaire, Alexandra Andresen, travels in style

At 20-years-old the world's youngest billionaire, Alexandra Andresen, travels in style

- The young girl is already a billionaire before the age of 21

- She travels the world first class

- Her holidays have taken her to the most exotic and remote locations

A three-time junior dressage riding champion, Alexandra Andresen love to ride horses but this is not the only way that she gets around. At the tender age of 20, she is the worlds youngest billionaire worth $1.17 billion (R14-billion).

A 20-year old billionaire travels the world first class and gets to do the most amazing things.

Her family made its wealth through tobacco with the Tiedemanns brand as well as an investment company called Ferd which she owns 42% of.

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Her love of horses features strongly in her Instagram posts but there are not the only animals that appear, travelling the world and seeing the most exotic places means lots of amazing animals.

From the edge of the American continental plate to zip-lining in India, Andresen's fortune allows her to travel to the most remote locations on earth.

She also gets to visit some of the most stunning places, wilderness safari's in Africa and snorkelling in Greece.

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Andresen sometimes travels low-key taking the ferry from Norway to Denmark, sometimes to allows her boyfriend, Joachim Tollefsen, to tag along.

When you get to travel the world on an unlimited budget, your holiday photos are going to be awesome.

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