Criminals have purportedly taken £50m worth of adornments from the Kensington home of Tamara Ecclestone.

The little girl of ex Formula 1 manager Bernie Ecclestone was left “shaken and irate” after the robbery on Friday.

As per The Sun, rings, hoops and a Cartier bangle worth £80,000, which was given to the beneficiary as a wedding present, were altogether taken in the strike.

The Met said no captures had been made and it was searching for three men.

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Tamara Ecclestone, imagined with father Bernie, chipped away at F1 magazine and furthermore demonstrated for Armani

A representative for Ecclestone stated: “I can tragically affirm there has been a home intrusion. Interior security are co-working with police in this issue.

“Tamara and family are well yet clearly irate and shaken by the episode.”

Officials were called to the home in Palace Green, Kensington, not long after 23:00 GMT.

Det Sgt Matthew Pountney said the power had been “called by security inside the structure” around “three guys being available inside the property”.

He included that the suspects had just left before the Met was called and “a quick paced examination is in progress to find the suspects and missing things”.

A police representative prior said it was “accounted for that a measure of high worth gems had been taken”.

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A Cartier bangle worth £80,000 was apparently taken in the thievery

Ecclestone purchased the 55-room Kensington home in 2011 for £45m, as indicated by Forbes magazine.

The 35-year-old likewise burned through millions remodeling the property to incorporate an “Amazonian precious stone bath, a private dance club, a bowling alley, an underground pool, a magnificence salon, a canine spa and a vehicle lift”.


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