On Thursday the news came that Duchess of Camillas (75) Charles Villiers’ cousin was found dead in a hotel room in London. He lived to the age of 59.
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Villiers came from an aristocratic family and was a cousin of the Duchess on his mother’s side. His mother was Lady Elizabeth Kepel, granddaughter of Willem van Kepel, 2nd Earl of Albemarle and Anne of Kepel, Countess of Albemarle.
It is said that the deceased was very proud of his lineage, and before the demolition of Londonberry House in the 1960s, he was able to invite journalists to the Park Lane Hotel in London.
Villiers has taken to court in one of Britain’s longest-running divorce settlements, after he and his wife, Emma, 62, filed for divorce in 2014. Now, eight years later, the financial settlement has not been resolved.
The case was heard in five different courts before a total of 20 judges, as police investigated and dismissed Villiers’ claim that his wife had committed polygamy – meaning he accused her of being married to more than one person.
During the dispute, he claimed he was bankrupt, while she demanded a settlement of 3.5 million pounds – nearly 40 million Norwegian kroner. In June, Villiers lost to the Court of Appeal.
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