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Take A Look Inside The Glamorous Life Of Eve Jobs, Steve Jobs' Youngest Daughter

So what's it like to be an heiress to one of the world's most famous tech companies? 

For Eve Jobs, youngest daughter of late Apple founder Steve Jobs, it's simple: she's living a life many people work their whole lives to achieve.

 

 

While attending Stanford University, one of the United States' most competitive colleges, the young woman juggles her blossoming career as an equestrienne, traveling the world, and of course, spending time with her friends and comparably accomplished beau, Eugenio Garza Pérez.

Since attending high school in California, Eve has competed in prestigious international equestrian events in the Hamptons, Lexington, Kentucky, Canada, and the United Kingdom. At her competitions, she often contends with fellow heiresses Jennifer and Jessica, daughters of Bill Gates and Bruce Springsteen. Proving her capability in the sport, Eve was named Show Jumping Hall of Fame Rider of the Month just last March.

When it comes to love, Eve found her perfect match in Eugenio Garza Pérez. A catch himself, Eugenio happens to be the great-grandson of Eugenio Garza Sada, president of the VISA Group and founder of the exclusive Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Studies in Mexico. Also a busy student at the Miami School of Business, Eugenio makes sure to make time for his sweetheart.

At only 19, Eve appears to be living a carefree and luxurious life, but her father assures his audience that she's more than likely to grow into a responsible adult. According to Steve's official biographer Walter Isaacson, Steve never doubted that Eve would eventually take over Apple, while Walter described her as "a strong-willed, funny firecracker," just like her father.

Eve is the youngest of Steve's four children with wife Laurene, and sibling to brother Reed, and sisters Lisa and Erin. 

 

 

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