Court papers reveal that the advertising magnate must hand over a £23.4 million lump-sum plus their £3.2 million Georgian townhouse.
Also among Lady Sorrell’s spoils are two underground parking spaces at Harrods in Knightsbridge, West London, worth nearly £200,000, and £2 million of bank deposits.
Lady Sorrell’s payout is the latest in a long line of judgments that recognise the contribution of women to the financial success of their husbands, regardless of whether they have worked themselves.
A comment left by Peter D. on Adfreak’s site:
How the hell does this meet the criteria of news worthy. I thought AdAge should have been ashamed of themselves for sensationalizing this thing. It has no business being reported on in a trade/business journal.
Yeah, that’s what blogs are for.