If there’s one thing that this pandemic has taught every person in this world, it’s the importance of insurances and savings.
When the economy is on the brink of collapse, you cannot possibly rely on your friends and family. Plus, there’s no assurance that the government will aid everyone.
The government will prioritize those who are in dire need. As we talk more about insurances, let us discover the unique manner where celebrities utilized their insurance policies.
We’re going to talk about celebrities and their insured body parts.
The reality star queen and member of the Kardashian clan had her backside insured for $21 million. Although there is no telling as to why she did it, it would certainly be a bummer if anything happens to her bottom cheeks.
Legendary football star, model and public figure David Beckham had his legs insured for $70 million. A true testament on how his legs are critical to his career and life.
Whenever you look at her, the beauty of her smile captivates your gaze. At first, others admitted that her smile seems full and too much. However, the more you look, the prettier it gets. Roberts’ trademark smile is insured for $30 million.
This country turned pop singer is known for her heartbreak songs. As she began to be a global phenomenon, she insured her legs for $26.5 million. Considering that she always have sold-out concerts and tiring events, her legs need to keep going.
At the prime of sex and rock n roll, life was a breeze and full of parties for David Roth. However, this does not mean that he’s free from paternity allegations. To protect himself from going broke from reckless actions, he insured his sperm for $1 million.
Supermodel and Halloween queen, Heidi Klum admitted that her legs are insured for a whopping $2 million. In an interview, she added that her left leg isn’t worth as much as her right because of a scar from a fall.
Who could’ve thought that a natural D-cup breast would be worth $1 million? Of course, when you ask Holly Madison, she insured the pair as protection of her assets.
The iconic man with a golden voice that will shake you down, Bruce Springsteen insured his voice for $3.5 million. It wasn’t disclosed as to when Springsteen signed the policy, but rumors have it that he had the plan since 1988.
Depending on the state or region, insurance conditions may apply if you plan to have your bodily assets insured.
The best thing you can do now is to ask your reliable insurance organization or agent. Also, better inquire about insurance packages that can help you save up for the future.