To use a popular term in tech circles these days he’s a “founder” and a renaissance man who fashioned an entire industry out of bits of metal and rubber with a dash of pizzazz.What started as a game of roulette became Ecclestone’s favorite game of Backgammon, a strategy game with a high risk factor that routinely separates a fool from his money if he fails to appreciate that.The couple first came out about their engagement in April after Ecclestone presented her with a 0,000 engagement ring.Ecclestone and Flosi began to date in 2009, almost immediately following Ecclestone’s divorce from wife of 23-years Slavica.Tamara didn’t even take to her Twitter account to announce her fathers wedding or to congratulate the happy couple.Instead, Tamara chose to stay unusually silent until Monday when she tweeted: “Family sources said relations between Ecclestone and his daughters had been further strained by his decision to marry at Le Lion, the chalet where the entire family spend Christmas and where Tamara had previously hoped to marry.” In the meantime, the billionaire is now married to his much younger wife, and it looks like family hot spots are off the roster if he wants to spend time with his daughters and his new wife at the same time.He wanted a great future for his children and grandchildren and hoped that this money would ensure that.Among the lavish, opulent, and ridiculously expensive things the two sisters spent their money on, are Petra's £12 million wedding and Tamara's £1 million crystal bathtub.
They have three children together - Lavinia (four) and twins James Jr and Andres (two). 8 things to know about the woman at the centre of the divorce of the decade Before their wedding, Mr Stunt signed a pre-nuptial agreement agreeing to a settlement of €17m in the event they divorced.Take away his gorgeous daughters' squandering of .5 billion of that and what is he left with?!It's times like this that will make him wish their mother was Jewish. While our team at Elite does love the Ecclestone sisters dearly, we are embarrassed that they've squandered their inheritance so quickly on frivolous purchases.Asked why he had not cut rates when in charge, Ecclestone replied: "I know I could have done, but I was trying to make money for the company, that was my job."The Malaysian GP recently announced it would be pulling out of its F1 contract after this year's race, and Ecclestone said the Singapore event had been on the cusp of a similar decision."We really didn't have a lot of choice.They were going to stop," he said of Malaysia."I think I've convinced Singapore to stay.