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Billionaire Bill Gates seen with three bodyguards at Australian Museum

Sydney isn’t THAT scary! Billionaire Bill Gates is seen with three bodyguards as he exits the Australian Museum before meeting the Prime Minister

Billionaire Bill Gates was spotted with three bodyguards as he exited the Australian Museum in Sydney on Saturday. 

The Microsoft mogul, 67, whose net worth is $101 billion, stepped out in the harbour city before a meeting with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese. 

Mr Gates looked to be sightseeing at the popular attraction, with him dressed casually holding a small gift bag. 

Sydney isn’t THAT scary! Billionaire Bill Gates, 67, was seen with three bodyguards as he exited the Australian Museum in Sydney on Saturday before meeting the Prime Minister

Gates looked suitably relaxed wearing a blue long-sleeve shirt along with a pair of tan chinos and a belt. 

He finished his look with a white cap and a pair of red sneakers. 

Gates had a meeting at Kirribilli House with the Australian Prime on Saturday night, with the PM seen shaking hands with the billionaire. 

The Microsoft mogul, whose net worth is $101 billion, stepped out in the Harbour City before meeting with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese

The Microsoft mogul, whose net worth is $101 billion, stepped out in the Harbour City before meeting with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese

It marked the first time the pair have ever met with the two discussing pressing issues including climate change, renewable energy and vaccines.

Mr Gates said he loved visiting Australia while Mr Albanese said he ‘admired’ the philanthropy being done by the tech billionaire.  

‘Can I welcome you here very much – we haven’t met before, but I’ve admired your work and your contribution not just financially but in raising debates, including the need to deal with health issues,’ the Prime Minister said.

The American mogul looked suitably relaxed wearing a blue long-sleeve shirt along with a pair of tan chinos and a belt

The American mogul looked suitably relaxed wearing a blue long-sleeve shirt along with a pair of tan chinos and a belt

Bill finished his look with a white cap and a pair of red sneakers

Bill finished his look with a white cap and a pair of red sneakers

‘We have just been through the pandemic, but we need to prepare for future health challenges – and the work that’s being done on eradicating malaria and other diseases in our region is very important.’  

Mr Gates is visiting Australia with the Gates Foundation and representatives from his Breakthrough Energy company, which drives innovation in sustainable energy and in technology to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

‘My government was elected on a platform of taking climate change seriously – we introduced the first legislative caps of 43 per cent by 2030 and net zero by 2050,’ the Prime <inister said.

Gates had a meeting at Kirribilli House Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on Saturday night

Gates had a meeting at Kirribilli House Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on Saturday night

It marked the first time the pair have ever met with the two discussing pressing issues including climate change, renewable energy and vaccines

It marked the first time the pair have ever met with the two discussing pressing issues including climate change, renewable energy and vaccines

Mr Gates said he loved visiting Australia while Mr Albanese said he 'admired' the philanthropy being done by the tech billionaire

Mr Gates said he loved visiting Australia while Mr Albanese said he ‘admired’ the philanthropy being done by the tech billionaire

‘We are engaged in setting a whole range of mechanisms that will drive private sector investment through.  

‘Here in Australia the business community was well ahead of the government in action and now we are working with all the state and territory governments as well as the private sector in driving that change through.’

Mr Gates thanked the prime minister for his ‘great partnership’ on international health issues, including the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.

Mr Gates thanked the prime minister for his 'great partnership' on international health issues, including the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria

Mr Gates thanked the prime minister for his ‘great partnership’ on international health issues, including the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria

‘A lot to do there as you say, the preparedness for the next pandemic is still a discussion that hasn’t been figured out,’ he said.

‘Malaria in the long run we want to do the same thing we have done with polio which is eradicate it regionally then eradicate it all over the world.

‘Both the foundation and Breakthrough Energy are excited about the things we can do together.’

'A lot to do there as you say, the preparedness for the next pandemic is still a discussion that hasn't been figured out,' he said

‘A lot to do there as you say, the preparedness for the next pandemic is still a discussion that hasn’t been figured out,’ he said

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