Quick Facts of

  • First NamePetra
  • Last NameEcclestone
  • Net Worth$ 415 million
  • CareerModel
  • Age33 Years
  • Height5 feet 6 inches
  • MotherSlavica Ecclestone
  • FatherBernie Ecclestone
  • HusbandJames Stunt

How Much Is British Born Socialite Petra Ecclestone’s Net Worth?

Petra Ecclestone is worth $415 million as of June 2022. She is a fashion model, heiress and fashion designer famous for her talents as a model and fashion designer. In addition to this, she is the daughter of Formula 1 CEO and billionaire Bernie Ecclestone.

Ecclestone extravagant social life and lavish spending have also made her a regular name in the tabloids.  In 2017 she was in the midst of divorce proceedings from then-husband James Stunt which was named by many as the divorce of the decade.

Net Worth Details: Income Sources, Salary & Earnings

Model Petra Ecclestone is worth a whopping $415 million as of June as per data from Celebritynetworth. However, TheRichest reports that she is worth around $300 million as of June 2022. 

Her fortune is also thanks to her father’s incredible wealth. In fact, her father’s net worth is $3.1 billion as of July 2019.

According to data from Celebworth, she earns around $83.33 Million per year which is $6.94 Million per month and $1.6 million per week.

Other Models are worth: David Gandy($16 million), Eddie Cibrian ($1 million) and Yani Gellman ($5 million). 

Assets, House, Cars, Lifestyle & Expenses

The multimillionaire socialite has a lot of properties all over the world. As of July 2019, she also owned the largest home in Los Angeles County called the Spelling Manor.

She bought the property for around £67.5million ($85 million) in 2011 but sold the 56,500-square-foot property for around £95 million (around $119 million) in 2019.

She had originally listed the mansion for $200 million in October 2016 but was only sold in June 2019.

Similarly, she also has a house in Chelsea, London, UK which she bought for around $90 million.

The Formula 1 heiress also has a jaw-dropping car collection, she has some of the finest machines the automobile industry has to offer. We have listed her cars below.

Rolls Royce Ghost$408,278
Bugatti Veyron$1,300,000
Pink Rolls Royce Ghost$280,000

To add to this she also has seven Rolex watches each of which cost around $33,000 and ten Birkin bags each costing around $65,000.

Tax & Insurance

The heiress has a lot of properties and assets with incredibly high values. She has to heavy property taxes. In fact, she once paid $1.06 million for her Westside house that she sold in June 2019.

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Ecclestone may have insurance covering her health, life, property, and assets but the exact plans and policies are missing.

Endorsements & Charity  

Ecclestone is one of the most well-known names in the modeling industry and may be endorsed by multiple companies and brands.

She has done a lot of charity work and is an ambassador for the Meningitis Trust, she suffered from viral meningitis when she was 14 years old. To add to this, she has also established The Petra Ecclestone Foundation and also donated £1.7 million to help children with autism.

Petra Ecclestone’s Personal Life: Wedding, Engaged, Children

Petra Ecclestone was born on 19 December 1988 in Westminster, London, England to father Bernie Ecclestone and mother Slavica Ecclestone. She has a sister named Tamara Jane and a half-sister named Deborah.

She went to 3 schools as a child, firstly she joined Trevor-Roberts School, and after this, she joined Francis Holland School. Later she went to Benenden School.

Regarding her relationships, she is engaged to Sam Palmer as of July 2019.

Before this, she was married to James Stunt. The couple married on 27 August 2011, and their wedding cost around $12 million. Their first child, daughter Lavinia Stunt was born in February 2013.

Then in April 2015, the couple was blessed with twins James Robert Fredrick Stunt Jr and Andrew Kulbir Stunt.

They divorced on October 12, 2017, after a lengthy legal battle over their estimate combined £5.5 billion (around $6.9 billion fortune) which was ultimately settled by a 5-minute court hearing. Ecclestone got custody of their kids.