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Princess Ronke Ademiluyi Profile Summary
|Occupation||Nigerian fashion expert, Lawyer and entrepreneur|
|State of Origin||Osun State|
|Net Worth||$3 million|
|Date of Birth:||August 23|
Princess Ronke Ademiluyi Biography
Princess Aderonke Ademiluyi (born August 23rd), in England, United Kingdom. She is a lawyer and the Founder, Africa Fashion Week London and Africa Fashion Week Nigeria Africa Fashion Week London.
Princess Ronke Ademiluyi Early Life
A graduate of Law, Ademiluyi was born in England, United Kingdom, but she is a descend of Ile-Ife in Osun State, South-Western Nigeria. She is the founder of the Africa Fashion Week, a project that promotes African fashion designers through its subsidiaries, the Africa Fashion Week Nigeria and the Africa Fashion Week London.
Born on August 23rd into a royal family from Ile-Ife in Osun state, Nigeria, Ronke spent her childhood in the UK and Nigeria. She attended the Fiwasaye Girls’ Grammar School from where she graduated in 1985. Thereafter, she studied law at the Thames Valley University in London.
Princess Ronke Ademiluyi Husband, Personal Life
Ronke Ademiluyi is married and has a child.
On 20th October 2022, it was reported that Ronke married the Ooni of Ife who made her his fifth bride days after his marriage to Queen Ashley.
Princess Ronke Ademiluyi Net Worth
Princess Ronke Ademiluyi has an estimated Net Worth of $2 million. She is a lawyer and the Founder, Africa Fashion Week London.
Princess Ronke Ademiluyi Career
Ronke is the CEO of Africa Fashion Week London and Nigeria, which she founded in August 2011. It is an annual event involving two days of free fashion festivity a fusion of African culture fashion style and music celebrating London’s unique and diverse cultural heritage with alot of mixing of Western and African culture through fashion.
Since 2011, she has under AFWL, hosted 8 catwalk events and contributed expertise to at least 10 more events produced by 3rd parties such as The Mayor of London’s Black History Month celebrations. She also showcased over 800 emerging designers & exhibitors, from Africa, Europe and America, to almost 70,000 visitors including buyers, retailers, influential industry professionals, and the media and is now a highlight on the annual fashion calendar.
In June 2017, he Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, appointed Princess Ademiluyi as the Heritage Ambassador for Queen Moremi Legacy as part of his efforts to add value to the Yoruba culture. With this appointment, the Princess is now the living embodiment of Moremi with the responsibility to promote and safeguard the legacies of the great African heroine.