Robert Warren Miller • Net Worth $2.4 Billion • House • Yacht • Private Jet

Name:Robert Warren Miller
Net Worth:US$ 2,4 billion
Source of Wealth:DFS Group
Born:May 23, 1933
Country:Hong Kong
Wife:María Clara Pesantes Becerra
Children:Pia Getty, Marie-Chantal, Crown Princess of Greece, Alexandra von Fürstenberg,
Private Jet:
Yacht:Mari Cha

Who is Robert Warren Miller?

Robert Miller is the founder of DFS Group. He was born on May 23, 1933. He is married to María Clara Pesantes Becerra. He is the father of Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece, Princess Alexandra von Fürstenberg, and Pia Getty.

DFS Group

DFS Group (Duty Free Shop) is a Hong Kong-based retailer of luxury products. DFS Group operates more than 400 duty-free boutiques at international airports, and Galleria stores and  owns several resort locations around the world. The company has more than 5,000 employees.

In 1996 Robert Warren Miller sold the majority of the company’s shares to LVMH for $2.5 billion. LVMH’s founder Bernard Arnault is the owner of the yacht Symphony.

Miller started the company in the 1960s by selling duty-free liquor to American servicemen in Barcelona. Later he opened duty-free shops in Hong Kong and Hawaii to cater to Asian tourists.

Robert Miller Net Worth

His net worth is $ 2,4 billion. He still owns 38% of the shares in DFS.


His oldest daughter Pia married Christopher Ronald Getty, an heir to the Getty oil fortune. His 2nd daughter, Marie-Chantal, became a princess when she married Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece.  And his youngest daughter Alexandra, the youngest, married Prince Alexander von Fürstenberg, the son of the fashion designer Diane von Fürstenberg and Prince Egon von Fürstenberg


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Robert Warren Miller Yacht

He is the owner of the sailing yacht Mari Cha III. In October 2003, Miller’s monohull yacht, the Mari-Cha IV, set a new world record, becoming the first monohull ever to cross the Atlantic Ocean in under seven days.