That was in 1998, but after his death from Covid-19 in April last year the 74 wifelets he accumulated during his life discovered this week they had been left with nothing in his will, after he gave £14 million to his wife, children and the Longleat estate.
The Times understands that at least one of the three wifelets still living in cottages on the estate are being kicked out by Ceawlin Thynn, his son, the eighth Marquess of Bath.
I know – hmm, no, knew – one of them. Who may or may not be included in that 74 number. Nice woman and all that but a defining feature was knowing very well the relationship between sex and which side the bread was buttered.