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Gerald has four daughters and no sons, but unlike Downton Abbey’s Lady Mary, Lisa, 42, is the heir apparent and is tipped to take over her father’s property empire.A former investment banker, she joined the family firm 14 years ago and is Heron’s commercial director.In every year that records have been kept, South Carolina ranks in the top ten states in the nation in the rate of women killed by men.
‘I’m a very new and busy MP and I hope nobody will ask me to do it for at least 20 years,’ she tells me. ‘My husband and I started to learn ballroom dancing, but I fell pregnant with my second son, so it became a balancing act between late-night dancing classes and morning sickness, which I happened to have in the evenings. Until their inspection, Guards officer-turned-estate agent Bill Coleridge, now retired, believed that the chain which he so treasured was an important surviving relic of the Tudor age.
Like a storyline from a modern-day Downton Abbey, larger-than-life businessman Gerald Ronson has had his ups and downs.
His low points include being sentenced to a year’s jail as part of the Guinness share-trading fraud of the 1980s — for which he has always maintained his innocence — and then his company almost collapsed because he was over-extended. This summer, he defied the recession by selling half the flats in his flagship 36-storey apartment block The Heron, in the City, three years before the building is due to be finished; and over the weekend, his daughter Lisa was married to IT entrepreneur Paul Althasen.
‘We believe it would have sold for much more than when Christie’s eventually put it up for sale in 2008.’The collar is believed to have been given by Henry VIII to his close adviser Sir Edward Montagu in around 1546, when he was appointed Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas.
The King is thought to have awarded around 20 similar chains to loyal subjects, but this is the only known surviving complete one.