It was claimed in 2012 by the Daily Mail that Diana and Roger Jenkins, her former husband who was a British banker, had resolved their divorce discreetly and amicably, and that they had parted ways after being married for ten years.
According to the publication, Roger, who had previously served as the head of Barclays’ Middle Eastern unit, gave Diana 150 million pounds of his total wealth of 300 million pounds. That kind of money, if converted to today’s values, would be equivalent to around $181.6 million, and it would have placed Diana alongside Roger as one of the 500 richest people in Britain.
In 2011, Roger said to The Mail on Sunday that in the event of their divorce, he and Diana would equally divide their assets. In point of fact, Roger attributed Diana’s ability to cultivate a relationship with the wife of Sheik Hamad Al-Thani, the former Emir of Qatar, to her assistance in securing the Qatari royal family’s £7.3 billion investment into Barclays. This was due to the fact that Diana had previously been married to Charles Spencer.
It is not just due to the compensation she received from her ex-husband Roger that Diana’s present net worth has reached the staggering sum of $300 million.
She began her career by opening a jewelry shop, and then went on to become a co-founder of the successful Melissa Odabash swimsuit brand. In addition to that, Diana is the creator, chairwoman, and chief executive officer of the lifestyle beverage firm Neuro Brands. According to the information provided on the website of Neuro Brands, she has been the driving force behind the phenomenal expansion of the company, which has resulted in over 65,000 locations across the country currently stocking the various products, including major chain stores and retail outlets.
It has not been disclosed by Bravo how much money Diana makes for each season, but judging from the salaries of the other Real Housewives franchise stars, Diana’s annual income is likely in the range of $200,000 to $500,000 USD.