Jemima Khan is of advanced years enough to be one of the old guard, old money heiresses who's enjoyed the high life in a succession of grand homes.
Last year Jemima Khan, ex-wife of cricketer Imran Khan and daughter of deceased oddball financier (and founder father of the Independence Party) Sir James Goldsmith, paid £15 million for sprawling Kiddington Hall in Oxfordshire.
The hall was at the heart of a bitter divorce battle between City financier Erik Maurice Robson and his wife Chloe. Dating back to 1673, the nine-bedroom and five-bathroom hall with an orangery and tennis court is her most ambitious project yet.
Jemima, who has two sons, Sulaiman and Kasim by Khan also owns a London pied-a-terre at Britannia Studios in Britannia Road, Fulham (pictured). Socialite Jemima, 37, is thought to have inherited £10 million on the death of her father in 1997, so there’s no reason not to get in the decorators to spruce up both pads.
The nine-bedroom and five-bathroom hall has an orangery and a tennis court