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Steve Jobs’ daughter Eve, 23, enjoys a boat trip with friends in Lake Como

Steve Jobs’ daughter Eve looked in good spirits as she enjoyed a boat trip with friends in Lake Como, Italy on Monday.

The ex-billionairess, 23, displayed her jaw-dropping figure in a black bikini top which she paired with a matching mini-skirt.

Letting her blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders, Eve also carried a pair of black sandals in her hand on the outing. 

Looking good: Steve Jobs’ daughter Eve looked in good spirits as she enjoyed a boat trip with friends in Lake Como, Italy on Monday

Adding to her outfit with a black handbag, the daughter of the Apple co-founder was seen boarding a small boat with three other pals.

Eve showed off her natural beauty with a light pallet of makeup and completed her look with a silver bracelet.

The social media figure is the youngest daughter of Steve Jobs and his wife Laurene Powell Jobs; she has four older siblings, including her half-sister Lisa Brennan-Jobs.

Last year, she began her modeling career with an Instagram post promoting the cosmetics company Glossier.

Looking good: The ex-billionairess, 23, displayed her jaw-dropping figure in a black bikini top

Looking good: The ex-billionairess, 23, displayed her jaw-dropping figure in a black bikini top

Outfit: Eve also donned a matching mini skirt for the outing and carried a pair of black sandals

Radiant: The model let her blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders

Outfit: Eve also donned a matching mini skirt for the outing and carried a pair of black sandals

The photoshoot took place in a bathtub, with Jobs holding up a bottle of lip gloss.

Along with her burgeoning modelling career, Eve is also an accomplished equestrian. 

She is ranked the fifth-best showjumper under the age of 25 and has competed alongside the likes of Mary-Kate Olsen, Jessica Springsteen, and Georgina Bloomberg in the Hamptons Classic. 

She was also a student at Stanford University and was slated to graduate this year. 

Trip: The daughter of the Apple co-founder was seen boarding a small boat with three other pals

Trip: The daughter of the Apple co-founder was seen boarding a small boat with three other pals

Fun in the sun: Eve showed off her natural beauty with a light pallet of makeup and completed her look with a silver bracelet

Career: Last year, she began her modeling career with an Instagram post promoting the cosmetics company Glossier

Fun in the sun: Eve showed off her natural beauty with a light pallet of makeup and completed her look with a silver bracelet

Family: The social media figure is the youngest daughter of Steve Jobs and his wife Laurene Powell Jobs

Family: The social media figure is the youngest daughter of Steve Jobs and his wife Laurene Powell Jobs

Education: Eve was a student at Stanford University and was slated to graduate this year

Education: Eve was a student at Stanford University and was slated to graduate this year

Accomplishments: Along with her burgeoning modelling career, Eve is also an accomplished equestrian

Success: She is ranked the fifth-best showjumper under the age of 25

Accomplishments: Along with her burgeoning modelling career, Eve is also an accomplished equestrian

Her parents met at the school in 1989 when Jobs gave a lecture at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where Powell Jobs was studying.

After they wed, they had their son, Reed, 29, and daughter, Erin, 25, followed by Eve. Jobs also had an older daughter, Lisa Brennan-Jobs, 42, from a previous relationship.

Jobs was worth $10.2 billion when he died in October 2011, though the bulk of his money actually came from his stake in The Walt Disney Co. — not Apple.

His oldest daughter Lisa received an inheritance after his death, but the majority of his fortune went to his wife, who does not plan on passing it down to her three kids.

Powell Jobs, who has a net worth of $35.4 billion, told The New York Times earlier this year that the family’s fortune will end with her, saying there is ‘nothing fair’ about inherited wealth.

‘I inherited my wealth from my husband, who didn’t care about the accumulation of wealth,’ she said. 

‘I am doing this in honor of his work, and I’ve dedicated my life to doing the very best I can to distribute it effectively, in ways that lift up individuals and communities in a sustainable way.

‘I’m not interested in legacy wealth buildings, and my children know that,’ she added. ‘Steve wasn’t interested in that. If I live long enough, it ends with me.’

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