According to the "Forbes" list, the youngest son of Luxottica's founder has a capital of around 3.5 billion dollars. His fortune stems from the division of assets left to him by his father, who died a year ago.

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Clemente Del Vecchio, the youngest billionaire's profile on Forbes 

Clemente Del Vecchio is the son of Sabina Grossi and Leonardo Del Vecchio, the founders of Luxottica and EssilorLuxottica, who died on June 27, 2022. He is 18 years old, will turn 19 in May, and is the world's youngest billionaire, according to "Forbes." His capital is estimated to be over 3.5 billion dollars. Luxottica is a behemoth in the manufacture of lenses and eyeglasses, with its main facility in Agordo, Belluno province.

According to Forbes, a well-known American economics magazine, the average age of billionaires globally is 65, yet there are extremely young heirs who found themselves with a wealth after their dads died. Clemente, the youngest son of Luxottica's founder, is one of these. Luxottica is the world's largest maker and supplier of eyeglasses and lenses, with around 80,000 employees and over 9,000 outlets.

According to Forbes, Leonardo's legacy was worth $27.3 billion when he died in 2022. Clemente is not an only child; he shares his inheritance with five other brothers. So his capital should be approximately 3.5 billion dollars. Clemente has five brothers and sisters. Clemente and Luca are the offspring of two women, Sabina Grossi and Leonardo Del Vecchio. He had three children with his first wife, Luciana Nervo: Claudio, Marisa, and Paola. He has a son with his second wife, Nicoletta Zampillo: Leonardo Maria.

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