Petra Ecclestone Biography | Petra Ecclestone
Petra Ecclestone is a Croatian-British heiress, socialite, model and fashion designer from Westminster in London. She is the daughter of Slavica, an Armani ex-model and Bernie Ecclestone, Formula One billionaire. Petra is fluent in Croatian and understands Italian and French. Petra studied at Trevor-Roberts School, followed by Francis Holland School in London. Although she won a place at Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design, she didn’t accept the offer.
Petra Ecclestone Age
Petra Ecclestone is 30 years old as of 2018. She was born on 17 December 1988, in Westminster, London, United Kingdom
Petra Ecclestone Height
She has a height of 5’ 8”(in Feet Inches)Tall
Petra Ecclestone Parents
Her parents are Bernie Ecclestone, and Slavica Ecclestone
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Petra Ecclestone Married
Young and elegant Petra is a married woman and hasn’t been linked up with other men except for her husband. She started dating billionaire business magnate, James Stunt in 2007. The affluent class couple dated for around four years before they got married. The love birds were often captured together in various restaurants and hotels having dinner together.
They tied the knot on 27 August 2011 at Odescalchi Castle in Italy where the spectators of the wedding ceremony were all high-class people like Royals, Socialites, and Celebrities. As per some reports, the ceremonial cost was around £5 million. The couple is enjoying her happily married life and have three children together named, Lavinia Stunt, James Robert Fredrick Stunt Jr., and Andrew Kulbir Stunt.
Petra Ecclestone Early life
Ecclestone was born in London as the younger daughter of Croatian former Armani model Slavica and English Formula One billionaire Bernie Ecclestone. She has an older sister, Tamara Jane, and an older paternal half-sister, Deborah.
She attended Trevor-Roberts School, then Francis Holland School, and Benenden School
She contracted viral meningitis at the age of 14, and told the media that it “changed her life forever”. She said “I no longer take my health for granted … I’m now a health freak and a hypochondriac. I’m obsessed with cleanliness, I eat healthily and take my vitamins.” She has since become an ambassador for the Meningitis Trust.
Petra Ecclestone Fashion career
Growing up, she wanted to be a fashion designer. She decided to make menswear because it is a “bigger niche” and because “womenswear was too saturated”.
At the age of 19, she created the menswear label FORM, which was sold into retailers including Harrods from October 2008. In April 2009 it was announced that Petra had signed a contract with the Croatian clothing manufacturer Siscia.
Petra Ecclestone Personal Life
She speaks Croatian fluently and understands French and Italian.
On 27 August 2011, Ecclestone married businessman James Stunt. She gave birth to their first child, daughter Lavinia Stunt, in late February 2013. In mid-April 2015 she gave birth to twin boys, James Robert Fredrick Stunt Jr and Andrew Kulbir Stunt. They divorced in 2017, and she reverted to her maiden name.
Petra Ecclestone Net Worth
Petra Ecclestone net worth: Petra Ecclestone is a British-born heiress, model, fashion designer and socialite who has a net worth of £230 million ($300 million). This might seem like a surprisingly large net worth, but maybe not if you remember that she is the daughter of famous billionaire Formula One exec Bernie Ecclestone. Her mother is Slavica, a famous former Croatian model and her sister is Tamara Ecclestone.
Petra Ecclestone Residences
Her 57,000-square-foot (5,300 m2) mansion, The Manor, was the former residence of Candy and Aaron Spelling, and is the largest house in Los Angeles County. According to a 2012 article in the Wall Street Journal, she had first viewed several other properties, including a 36,000-square-foot property on Sunset Boulevard, priced at $49.5 million. The real estate broker Rick Hilton said: “I showed her several properties but they weren’t grand enough.” In 2014, Petra put The Manor back on the market with a price tag of $150 million. However, she reportedly turned down an offer that met her price in December 2015. The Manor was relisted for sale in October 2016 with an asking price of $200 million.
She also owns a residence in Chelsea, London that she bought in 2010 for $90 million. The owner of the construction company that worked on the building, Sayed Bukhari, said in the Wall Street Journal article that she had already been offered more than $125 million for the four-story home.