Media mogul Rupert Murdoch, 91, and his wife Jerry Hall, 65, are getting divorced after six years together.

This will be the billionaire’s fourth divorce and shortest marriage, whereas this will be Hall’s first divorce after marrying Murdoch in March 2016. She was in a relationship with rock star Mick Jagger for 22 years, but never legally wed, and share four children together.

Murdoch has six children total: daughter Prudence with his first wife Patricia Booker, daughter Elisabeth and sons Lachlan and James with second wife Ann Mann, and daughters Chloe and Grace, with third wife Wendi Deng.

The pair wed at Spencer House in London after only being together for five months. He tweeted after the ceremony that he will be taking a break from social media to enjoy time with his new wife.

The day after the ceremony the couple hosted a more lavish celebration, where all ten children attended. Hall shared a photo of the couple and their children captioning it: “My beautiful family!”

Murdoch, who is worth $17.7 billion, married his first wife, Patricia in 1956, but split in 1967. That same year he married his second wife Anna. The couple spent 32 years together before they divorced in 1999.

Anna was awarded $1.7 billion, including $10 million in cash after divorce settlements.

Seventeen days after Murdoch’s second divorce, he married Wendi, who was 30 at the time. The marriage lasted 14 years, ending in June of 2013. A News Corp spokesperson said the couple’s union had been “irretrievably broken for more than six months.”

The CEO and Chairman of News Corp started dating Hall in 2015 and went public with it on October 31 of that year, after they were spotted at the Rugby World Cup final at Twickenham in London.

This is expected to be one of the most expensive divorces in the world.

Murdoch’s life hung in the balance back in 2018 after he slipped and fell on his son Lachlan’s yacht. He was airlifted from the Caribbean to a hospital in Los Angeles with broken vertebrae and spinal hematoma.

He required immediate surgery for the vertebrae while the hematoma could have left him paralyzed or dead.

Days after the incident, Murdoch sent a company-wide email to News Corp, saying he was “well on the road to recovery.”

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