Tamara Ecclestone is living in terror and too frightened to leave home after £25million burglary at her London mansion

HEIRESS Tamara Ecclestone is living in terror after a £25million burglary.

The 36-year-old is too petrified to leave home and her daughter asks if the thieves are returning.

Husband Jay Rutland, 39, told of the trauma of the raid felt by Tamara — daughter of F1 billionaire Bernie Ecclestone.

The couple, who have daughters Sophia, six, and three-month-old Serena, had cash and jewels swiped from their mansion in ­Kensington, West London, on December 13, 2019.

It was the highest value burglary in English criminal history.

Jay told police: “It is incredibly difficult for me to see how nervous my wife has become. Sophia asks if the burglars are coming back.

It is incredibly difficult for me to see how nervous my wife has become.

"I feel anger they have stolen from us, fear they could come back and sadness that sentimental pieces of jewellery cannot be replaced.”

Four Romanians were cleared this week of conspiracy to burgle.

They were alleged to have aided an international team, who also hit homes of Chelsea boss Frank Lampard and late Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.

One of the acquitted was sex worker Maria Mester, 48.

But she was jailed yesterday for ten months for refusing to give her mobile pin.

58-room pad with 50 staff

By Mike Sullivan

TAMARA Ecclestone’s fabulously opulent lifestyle was outlined to jurors.

Her 58-room mansion has a staff of 50 including two butlers, a chef and two live-in guards.

There is a cinema, gym, nightclub, bowling alley, pool, sauna and games room in the basement.

Upstairs, Tamara’s dressing area has boutique-style Hermes and Chanel rooms for her jewellery.

The “world’s best wendy house”, based on her plush pad, sits in the garden, the jury was told.

F1 heiress Tamara’s lifestyle is portrayed on her ITVBe reality show Tamara’s World.

In it, she arranges events, such as pyjama parties, bringing in teams to organise the lighting, catering and decorations.

Mester was nicked at Stansted last January wearing Tamara’s earrings.

Lampard’s watch was worn by son Emil Bogdan Savastru, 30, at Heathrow the day before.

He was cleared of conspiracy to burgle — along with his mum, Sorin Marcovici, 53, and 49-year-old Alexandru Stan — but convicted of concealing criminal property and got six months’ jail.



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