Bill Gates isn't sulking over his divorce from Melinda Gates; instead, he's rubbing shoulders with the wealthiest billionaires in the country.
The newly single 65-year-old is heading to "billionaire summer camp" in Sun Valley, Idaho.
The annual invite-only conference is a playground for the most elite in the tech, sports, and media world.
This year's event -- which kicked off on Tuesday -- will be a little different for Gates, who usually attends with his now-estranged wife.
At the conference, Gates will schmooze with fellow billionaires like Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, Disney's Bob Iger, and many more.
According to reports, those attending the 2021 event are estimated to have a combined worth of $588 billion.
Bill Gates -- whose net worth is close to $130 billion -- made the guest list again this year sans Melinda.
As Radar reported, the former couple is getting ready to battle over the tech mogul's decision to leave each of the kids only $10 million from his estate.
Bill and Melinda share three children -- Jennifer, 25, Rory, 22, and Phoebe, 18.
They will continue to work on their foundation together for the next two years, reports the New York Times.
After the trial period, if they have not reached an agreement in their divorce, Bill is free to remove Melinda's name from the foundation.
Melinda filed for divorce in May after 27 years of marriage.
Rumors quickly circulated that Bill once told his buddies they had a "loveless" marriage.
The New York Times also posted a bombshell report claiming the mogul “pursued women who worked for him at Microsoft and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.”
Following the report, Bill admitted he had an affair over 20 years ago with an ex-employee at Microsoft.
Since then, more accusations have emerged regarding how Bill treated staff in the past, with ex-employees claiming he was an emotionally abusive boss.