We’re taking a look at the extraordinary net worth of Sir Philip Green, one of Britain’s richest businessmen and former king of the British high street.
With a personal net worth of £950 million dollars, Sir philip green amassed a portfolio of many businesses and companies, now his empire is shattered and we take a look at 10 expensive things he owns.
10. Lionheart Yacht
Often found to be moored in the luxurious tax-free haven of Monaco, Lionheart is one of the biggest and best yachts in the area and is valued at over $100 million dollars.
One of the largest yachts ever built by Benetti, this 295 foot motor yacht can accommodate 12 guests in 6 cabins and has a crew of up to 30.
The on-board caterpillar diesel engines propel the vessel to over 18 knots and has a displacement of 2990 tons with a steel and aluminium super structure.
On-board features are the same as most luxury yachts of its size and include a heated swimming pool, wet bar, Jacuzzi and large sound system.
Philip Green also owns several tenders, with one printed in leopard skin that is used to transfer guests and VIP’s to and from the yacht.
9. London Mansion
Now in the hands of his Daughter Chloe, this $10 million dollar home
Is located in the Belgravia area of London and was renovated by sir Philip before he handed over the keys.
The home features a marble bathroom and bespoke kitchen, being located in one of London’s most exclusive suburbs.
Massive Chandeliers hang from the ceilings and the bedroom has floor to ceiling wardrobes with a large tv built in and cream walls and carpets.
There is a beautiful glass table in the dining room and its reported that her old property, currently on the market for $7,5 million, is being sold after a break up between her and model Jeremy Meeks.
8. Gulfstream G550
Sir Philip is not the kind of man you would see flying on a commercial flight and instead he opts for his own personal jet which costs, on average, $46 Million Dollars.
Produced in Savannah Georgia, by Gulfstream Aeronautics, greens private abode in the skies comes with two Rolls Royce BR700 engines that propel it to a top speed of 941 km/h.
The flight deck of the aircraft features Honeywell Primus avionics and cursor control devices with a standard heads-up guidance system by Rockwell Collins
The hourly flight cost is around $1000 and onboard features include televisions, satellite TV, on-board Wi-Fi and sleeping facilities with toilet.
7. Bentley Continental GT
Sir Philip Green’s $170,000 dollar Bentley Continental GT speeds him around Monaco at speeds of up to 333km/h thanks to its 6 Litre W12 engine.
Torsen based permanent 4 wheel drive comes as standard on these cars and connectivity features include Apple Car Play, on-board Wi-Fi and Satellite maps.
The My Bentley app gives you digital access to your car from your phone and lets you lock your car remotely and check how much fuel is available.
The car comes with an almost limitless customization and can go from 0-60mph in 3.7 seconds with a maximum top speed of 207 mph.
The gorgeous interior features a large heads up display, dual veneers while most of the interior is also hand-crafted.
6. Lioness V Yacht
The second of Sir Philip Greens yacht collection, yes he has a collection of these things, not just one and his Lioness V is over 208 feet long.
Coming with a contract price of $50 million dollars, the yacht can accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 rooms and has space for up to 19 crew.
The yacht has a fantastic entertainment deck with a swimming pool and bar area that has been named the sweeping stone sun deck.
Other features on the yacht include a formal dining room for up to 12 guests, a media room, lavish cinema, gym and steam room, spacious main salon and several toys over multiple decks.
Fully re-fitted in 2018, the yacht is now available for charter and you can expect to pay up to $500,000 per week to enjoy its spoils.
5. Monaco Apartment
One apartment that is not often in the media is Sir Philip Green and his wife Tina’s luxurious Monaco apartment which is located in a 27 storey tower that was also home to Beatle Star Ringo.
Flats in this apartment block sell for no less than $20 million dollars and he has often been seen strolling down Avenue Princesse Grace, one of the most expensive streets in the world.
No pictures of the apartment exist, mainly due to the strict privacy laws that surround the principality of Monaco and ban most paparazzi photographs.
4. Solid Gold Monopoly Set
Thought to be a feature of his luxury yacht, this $300,000 dollar solid gold monopoly set is much more of a decorative piece these days and is rarely used.
The set was purchased by his wife, Tina, for his 50th birthday party and is customized to reflect his purchases and the names of his fashion empire adorn the board.
Names of places like TopShop, Burtons, Miss Selfridge and Topman are printed instead of famous London streets and your sure to find something to replace the jail too!
The third yacht in Sir Philip Green’s collection, Lumiere is a 202 foot long motor yacht that can accommodate 12 guests and 13 crew.
The yacht has a range of 6,500 nautical miles, a top speed of 16 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots.
Offering absolute opulence at sea, she has a main deck with master stateroom, a spacious luxury oasis with 360 degree views and the whole interior is covered in mahogany, gold and cream coloured furniture.
Expansive outdoor living areas feature a sun deck with relaxation area, Jacuzzi and a fully equipped gym on the sun-deck.
If your looking to hire the Lumiere, then you can expect to pay up to $400,000 dollars per week and contribute substantially to Sir Philips Net Worth!
2. Rolls Royce Phantom
The final car on our list and it is clearly one of Sir Philip Green’s favourites and his wife also loves this car with her often seen riding in it on multiple occasions.
The all-white Rolls Royce Phantom features a hefty price tag of $450,000 dollars and can seat up to five passengers with a 6.7 Litre V8 engine.
The interior features the worlds finest grade-A leather, sumptuous lambswool floormats and hand-crafted wood veneers and has been described as a sanctuary of peace and tranquillity.
With an acoustically engineered cabin, noise from the outside is minimalized and there is an optional star-lit roof.
The car can achieve a top speed of 155 mph, a 0-60 speed of roughly 4.3 seconds and can even be fitted with custom Armor plating to cater for the high net worth individuals safety.
Rear doors close automatically behind you and mirrors are even integrated into the inner C-pillar panels for those that want to check there evening wear is on point.
1. Arcadia Group
One of the largest retail groups in the United Kingdom, it recently went into administration after suffering during the global pandemic.
The group, which owns many high street brands such as Topshop, Dorothy Perkins and Topman was once estimated to be worth billions of pounds.
Sir Philip Green acquired the company back in 2002 for well over $1 billion dollars and began to sell off some of the brands for $35 million.
Several scandals have hit the pair while owning the company and a pension scheme had to be topped up in previous years to the tune of $365 million dollars.
The company began to experience issues in 2019 and entered administration in December 2020 after the global pandemic crippled businesses in the UK
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