Gwenaelle Gueguen Biography
|Date of Birth:||1973|
|Birth Name||Gwénäelle Guéguen|
|Net Worth||$12 million|
|Married to||Alain Ducasse (m. 2007)|
Gwenaelle Gueguen is an architect. He is popular as a partner to Monegasque's chef Alain Ducasse whose London restaurant, and The Dorchester received three Michelin Guide stars. He is openly a gay as he was married to his gay partner, Alain Ducasse in 2007.
Early Life and Career
The Gwenaelle Gueguen was born in 1973, in Brittany, France. He belongs to French nationality and regarding his ethnicity, he is Caucasian. He was raised by his parents in his hometown Brittany. He has done his schooling from his hometown.
Gueguen's life partner Alain was also born in France and was educated on a farm in Castel-Sarrazin. By the age of 16, Ducasse started an apprenticeship at the Pavillon restaurant in Soustons.
Guegen was honored with eight Michelin guide stars for his work in Europe. He is also the special guest in the United States and Italian versions of the popular show, MasterChef.
The 44 years old Gwenaelle Gueguen is a married man. He has been married to his longtime gay partner Alain Ducasse since 2007. Alain and his partner Gueguen exchanged vows in an intimate ceremony, in the presence of their family and close friends.
Gueguen’s partner Ducasse is the Monegasque chef who operates numerous restaurants, including Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester and many others. The couple also attended Benoit Restaurant on April 30, 2008. The couple is living a blissful married life since 2007 and there is no sign of divorce.
Gwenaelle Gueguen has garnered a good amount of money from his career. He has not revealed his exact amount of net worth to the media. As of December 2017, his husband chef, Alain Ducasse has an estimated net worth of $12 million.
In the year 2002, Gueguen earned $15.9 million from his business, cookbooks, cooking schools, and consulting activities. As of 1999, he made $30 million from his Paris and Monaco restaurants and stringing of cookbooks.
Besides, Ducasse is also an author. He has written Grand Livre de Cuisine: Alain Ducasse’s Culinary Encyclopedia. The price of the book is $87.39 on Amazon.