Eyeing Nobel Prize, Bill and Melinda Gates will keep divorce civil

A “combo of things” led Bill and Melinda Gates to end their marriage of 27 years, but they are not likely to reveal their differences in divorce court or in the court of public opinion.

That’s because the Microsoft co-founder and his philanthropist wife want to present a unified front for the sake of their eponymous Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, reportedly the largest private foundation in the world, according to People.

Even if Bill and Melinda Gates are no longer married, the soon-to-be ex-spouses plan to keep working together at the foundation, which has provided billions of dollars since 2000 to promote global health initiatives, which include fighting AIDS

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