Still married to Caroline of Monaco, Prince Ernst August of Hanover would hit rock bottom, and be totally broke. He would have received money from his ex-wife, but not from the eldest Grimaldi.
The prince has ruined a fortune of several million euros, and would now be financially supported by his company, a Spanish artist, Claudia, who very often appears alongside him in the streets of Madrid.
From his grandfather Ernst August (1887-1953), he created almost all of the German family fortune and part of the Austrian family fortune at birth,” reports Bunte magazine, which devotes a dossier to his setbacks.
He was at the head of a fortune of several hundred million euros.
And he would now be broke, and would not have been able to pay a fine of 40,000 euros, which he would have asked his ex-wife, Chanel, the mother of his eldest children.
For the responsibility of her support, the husband of Caroline of Monaco would have offered her a painting from his collection.
If he could count on his ex, the prince of Hanover would also be supported by his company Claudia Stilianopoulos.
According to the German magazine, she would have saved him from ruin.
The eldest of the Grimaldi, although she is not divorced from the father of her daughter Alexandra, would have distanced herself.