Yuri Milnerton: Alexey Filippov / TASS
A mansion in Canada, where Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, along with his son Archie spent Christmas and New year, can be owned by Russian billionaire Yuri Milner. About it writes The Times.
Information about the relations of the master of the manor Mille Fleurs with Russia was first received by the publication from the owners of neighboring houses, as well as former colleagues of agent real estate, which is engaged in the sale of house in 2014. As noted by The Times, Yuri Milner stayed in the mansion for several years, but to confirm the fact of his owning a home impossible. According to the official representative of the oligarch nor the businessman, nor any of his family members, nor any of his companies do not own the mansion.
Formally, Mille Fleurs is owned Towner Bay Country Club, bearing the names of the true owners of real estate in strict confidence. However, in 2020, in the canadian province of British Columbia, where the estate came into force a law under which property owners are no longer able to protect his identity.
At the same time, canadian producer David foster told The Times that he once helped Milner to rent Mille Fleurs. Now foster has brought to the owner of the mansion of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, whom he sheltered. According to the producer, the owner of the house is not Yuri, a friend of foster’s, whose name he refused to disclose.
In late December, British newspaper the Mirror first reported that the estate where Prince Harry and his wife greeted the New year belongs to the Russian oligarch. The fact of possession is kept secret, and helped to arrange a deal to buy the house the agent had to sign a confidentiality agreement.
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