Billionaire Bill Gates was seen with three bodyguards as he left the Australian Museum in Sydney on Saturday.
The 67-year-old Microsoft mogul, whose net worth is $101 billion, stepped out in the port city ahead of a meeting with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese.
Mr. Gates appeared to be sightseeing at the popular attraction, with him dressed casually and holding a small gift bag.
Sydney is not THAT scary! Billionaire Bill Gates, 67, was seen with three bodyguards as he left the Australian Museum in Sydney on Saturday before meeting the Prime Minister.
Gates looked appropriately relaxed in a long-sleeved blue shirt along with a pair of tan chinos and a belt.
She completed her look with a white cap and red sneakers.
Gates had a meeting at Kirribilli House with the Australian prime minister on Saturday night, and the prime minister was seen shaking the billionaire’s hand.
It was the first time the couple had met with two to discuss pressing issues, including climate change, renewable energy and vaccines.
Gates said he loved visiting Australia, while Albanese said he “admired” the philanthropy being done by the tech billionaire.
‘May I welcome you here? We have not met before, but I have admired his work and his contribution not only financially but also in the debate, including the need to address health issues,’ the prime minister said.
The American tycoon looked suitably relaxed in a long-sleeved blue shirt paired with a pair of tan chinos and a belt.
“We have just been through the pandemic, but we must prepare for future health challenges, and the work that is being done to eradicate malaria and other diseases in our region is very important.”
Mr. Gates is visiting Australia with the Gates Foundation and representatives from his company Breakthrough Energy, which drives innovation in sustainable energy and technology to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
“My government was elected on a platform to take climate change seriously: we introduced the first legislative limits of 43 percent by 2030 and net zero by 2050,” the prime minister said.