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The business magnates

Nick & Christian Candy

Started a property empire with a loan of £6,000 from their grandmother in 1995. Now said to be worth anything upto £13 billion, this pair are most famous for their One Hyde Park development next to The Mandarin Oriental. London based Nick is married to the Australian singer and former Neighbours actress Holly Valance whilst Monaco based Christian is married to a former “It-girl” named Emily Crompton. In one interview Nick was quoted as saying: “We’ve probably got about 10 cars”. With this much wealth, what’s a car between friends?

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7 comments on “Nick & Christian Candy”

  1. Christian Candy and his wife Emily have named their twin daughters Monaco and Cayman. How terribly appropriate. His spokesman said he named Cayman after his favourite Porsche. Did no one think to tell him that the children are also thereby named after tax havens?

  2. They probably simply named their children after the places with which they are most familiar. I think it is hilarious. Their children, as they mature, may not share in that humor.

  3. Could be worse. Where my wife works, people name their newborns names like ‘Female’ (pronounced feh-mah-leh) and shithead (pronounced sheth-theed). Now *those* kids are getting set up for trouble later in life!

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