How old is Bling Empire's Anna Shay?

How old is Bling Empire's Anna Shay?

ANNA Shay stars in Bling Empire, a new show taking Netflix by a storm.

Here's what we know about the 60-year-old reality star.

Who is Anna Shay?

Anna Shay one of the stars in Netflix's Bling Empire, which has been compared to Crazy Rich Asians.

She is the daughter of billionaires, Edward Shay and Ai-San Shay.

Edward was from the South Side of Chicago, while Ai-San was Japanese with a Russian background.

Speaking to Oprah Magazine, Anna Shay said: "My dad is from the South Side of Chicago. My mother is from aristocracy.

"My mother said, 'You were born in a crystal ball with a silver spoon.'"

They both passed away, in 1995 and 2015 respectively.

Anna also said she hasn't watched Crazy Rich Asians because she feels it would be like watching her own life.

She said: "I was going to say, 'I live it,' but I thought that would be too snobbish."

What is Anna Shay's net worth?

Anna Shay reportedly has a net worth of $600million.

She's selling her Beverley Hills mansion home for a whopping $16million.

Viewers of the Netflix show will have seen the extravagant Spanish-inspired home feature in episodes.

Is Anna Shay married?

In the Netflix show, she revealed that she's been married and divorced four times over.

The identities of her ex-husbands haven't been disclosed.

Does Anna Shay have children?

She has a son named Kenny Kemp, 27, who also features in Bling Empire.

He's a self-described "passionate stoner" with a half-million-dollar value collection of glass bongs.

What is Bling Empire?

Bling Empire is an American reality show that's trending on Netflix.

Netflix says the series follows "a wildly wealthy group of Asian and Asian American friends (and frenemies) in Los Angeles".

They official synopsis reads: "While their days and nights are filled with fabulous parties and expensive shopping sprees, don’t let the glitz and glamour fool you.

"Between running multi-billion dollar businesses and traveling the world, these friends are as good at keeping secrets as they are at spilling them. And there is certainly no shortage of secrets."

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