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Kate Middleton’s uncle to sell Ibiza home for €6.5million
February 21, 2013
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March 22, 2013
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• Goldsmith's 'Maison de Bang Bang' home
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IT is one of Spain’s most notorious properties.
Aside from being a regular holiday hideout for English footballers, it was the home where Kate Middleton’s wayward uncle famously offered cocaine and prostitutes to an undercover reporter.
Now Prince William’s uncle-in-law Gary Goldsmith is to sell his stunning Ibiza villa ‘Maison de Bang Bang’.
The brother of Kate’s mother Carole is hoping to get €6.5million for the four bed villa.
The house has become popular with the likes of Premier League footballers, including Liverpool’s Jordan Henderson, who rent it for an estimated €15,000 a week.
Goldsmith, 47, has been a frequent embarrassment to the royals.
Back in 2006, he was caught on camera using cocaine and offering a prostitute to a News of the World journalist.
Now he is promising to write his autobiography with all the juicy details of Will and Kate after the couple spent a week with him at the Balearic pleasure palace in 2006.
The now unemployed tycoon has recently married his fourth wife, convicted fraudster Julie-Ann Brown.
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