Mon Dec 17, 2018 London

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Picture of the week: Love is in the plates

The increasing spread of his and hers number plates


Our picture of the week is of cars belonging to Petra Ecclestone and her husband James Stunt. Mr Stunt’s Project Khan Range Rover features his surname, “S2 UNT”, as a registration plate whilst hers bares her Christian name, “P3 TRA”.


"His and hers" plates are becoming increasingly common sights in Kensington, Chelsea, Knightsbridge and Belgravia
“His and hers” plates are becoming increasingly common sights in Kensington, Chelsea, Knightsbridge and Belgravia

The Ecclestone-Stunts are not alone in having “his and hers” plates. Property developer Robert Bourne and his wife Sally Greene OBE, who live on Cheyne Walk in London’s Chelsea, own “2B” and “NOT 2B” and one devoted couple even have a pair of Minis sporting “HI5” and “HER5” registrations.


Love, indeed, is plainly in the plates.


5 comments on “Picture of the week: Love is in the plates”

  1. Never heard of this before. But I think it’s a great idea! Hopefully the letter/number combos would be available. But then one always has to get creative with spelling on plats.

  2. Brilliant. I use CK&Mac for a login and my wife users Mac&CK (I’m Mac). We should do the same for our her plate too. Mine is Already CK&Mac

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