The former lover of King Juan Carlos of Spain is selling her stately home in Shropshire after telling friends she fears for her safety from ‘shadowy forces’ working for the Royal.
Princess Corinna zu Wittgenstein-Sayn hopes to receive up to £15million for Chyknell Hall, a Regency-era mansion set amid a 200-acre shooting estate, which she is selling privately.
The businesswoman, 57, has told friends she feels unsafe at the house, which was previously broken into in a raid she believes was carried out by secret forces working for the former King, who abdicated the throne in 2014, two years after their affair was exposed.
Ms zu Wittgenstein-Sayn is embroiled in long-running legal action against Juan Carlos, 85, whom she accuses of harassment and placing her under ‘constant hostile’ surveillance since 2012. He denies any wrongdoing.
Princess Corinna zu Wittgenstein-Sayn (pictured) hopes to receive up to £15million for Chyknell Hall
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