Money Talks, and so should we. Here, powerful women get real about their spending and saving habits.
Kelly Rowland was just 18 years old when Destiny’s Child hit the big time in 1999. With the release of their chart-topping sophomore album, The Writing’s on the Wall, Rowland and her three original bandmates — Beyoncé Knowles, LeToya Luckett, and LaTavia Roberson — became overnight stars, the Texas quartet quickly establishing itself as one of the hottest acts of the late nineties and early aughts, complete with TRL appearances, coordinating red carpet ensembles, and world tours.
Of course, along with the spotlight came something beyond the band members’ wildest dreams: wealth. And lots of it.
“I remember so many people telling me that I needed to save my money and invest — but I didn’t listen,” Rowland tells InStyle, laughing.