Former mistress of King Juan Carlos. Spain She is selling her stately home in Shropshire after telling friends she fears for her safety from the “shadow forces” working for the royal family.
Princess Corinna zu Wittgenstein-Sayn hopes to receive up to £15m for Chyknell Hall, the Regency-era mansion on the 200-acre filming site she is privately selling.
The 57-year-old businesswoman has told friends she feels unsafe after a raid on her home and for the former king, who abdicated in 2014. Exposure.
zu Wittgenstein-Sayn is embroiled in a lengthy lawsuit against Juan Carlos, 85. Juan Carlos has accused her of harassing him and keeping her under “constant hostile” surveillance since 2012. he denies cheating on her.
Princess Corinna zu Wittgenstein-Sayn (pictured) wants up to £15m for Chicnell Hall
Chicnell Hall is a Regency-era mansion on a 200-acre shooting range and privately for sale.
zu Wittgenstein-Sayn is embroiled in a lengthy lawsuit against Juan Carlos, 85. She has accused her of being harassed and keeping her under “constant hostile” surveillance since 2012.
A friend of a Danish businesswoman told the Mail on Sunday she was grieving parting ways with Chicnell Hall, which she bought for £6million in 2015.
A friend said, “She has transformed this land and its grounds into something so spectacular and well liked by the local community. , I understand that she has become cautious about living in a remote area.
Another friend said, “She has a good interest in English and foreign languages, and there are quite a few. No, but I spend a lot of time in the US and obviously have this problem. [Chyknell] very far away.
Ms Z Wittgenstein Sayn said her 20-year-old son Alexander from her second marriage to Prince Kashmir Z Sayn Wittgenstein Sayn of Germany, whom she divorced in 2005, has lived in Chicnell Hall for her entire life. It was intended to be a UK base for
A 57-year-old businesswoman told friends she felt unsafe in her home, which had previously been raided.
A friend of the Danish businessman told the Mail on Sunday that he was sad to let go of Chiknell Hall, which he bought for £6 million in 2015.
A friend said, “She has transformed this property and its grounds into something very spectacular and well-liked by the local community.
She spent a fortune modernizing her Grade II listed house, which was built in 1814.
British university-going Prince Alexander regularly hosts parties with his mother at his 11-bedroom property, attended by wealthy and well-connected high-society friends. But recently, his friends say the invitations have dried up.
After breaking into the property in 2017, she told the newspaper she found a round hole the size of a dish that had been completely cut out of the pane of glass in her bedroom window. I wasn’t disturbed or disturbed. She accused the intrusion of “shadow forces” acting on behalf of her former lover, the King.
Despite this, she continued to live on the property until recently. She spent a fortune modernizing her Grade II listed house, which was built in 1814.
The redevelopment included an indoor-outdoor kitchen and breakfast room by top designer Isabelle Bannerman. The home also features a cinema room, a neoclassical library, and wallpaper from Nicky Haslam’s bedroom.
After a burglary on the property in 2017, she told the newspaper that she found a perfectly cut round hole the size of a dish that had been missing in the pane of glass in her bedroom window.
Ms Wittgenstein-Sayn intended Chicnell Hall to be the lifelong British home of her 20-year-old son Alexander.
The redevelopment included an indoor-outdoor kitchen and breakfast room by top designer Isabelle Bannerman
The house also has a cinema room, a neoclassical library, and wallpaper from the Nikki Haslam bedroom.
zu Wittgenstein-Sayn intends to be based in New York and London, where she owns a £5 million-plus apartment she bought with part of the money Juan Carlos gave her during a five-year affair. I own it. From her wife Queen Sofia.
He gave Ms zu Wittgenstein-Sayn £58m in 2012.
Their relationship remained a secret until it was revealed in 2012 that Zu Wittgenstein Sain and the King were on a safari to Botswana.
When the trip came to light, it caused a scandal and the King abdicated two years later.
Juan Carlos (left) had a five-year relationship with zu Wittgenstein-Sayn, who reportedly separated from his wife, Queen Sofia (right).
Ms zu Wittgenstein-Sayn has filed a lawsuit against the former King in the High Court of London. She is seeking damages and an injunction against her allegations that he caused her “great emotional distress” as a result of an “ongoing and ongoing campaign of harassment.”
Last year, a British Court of Appeals judge ruled that the former king had immunity for the period before he abdicated in 2014.
Her claims are set to be heard in a trial scheduled for next year.
A source close to the princess said, “She was badly abused, but now it’s all out and he can’t get away with it. We have won his claim for immunity, but it does not affect the case of Mr. Zwittgenstein Sayn.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11660905/King-Juan-Carloss-ex-lover-selling-remote-15M-stately-home-heart-Shropshire.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 King Juan Carlos’ former lover is selling a stately £15m remote home in the heart of Shropshire