Tamara Ecclestone

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Tamara Ecclestone
Tamara Ecclestone, London, 2013 (crop).jpg
Ecclestone in 2013.
Born Tamara Ecclestone
(1984-06-28) 28 June 1984 (age 34)
Milan, Italy
Occupation Model, socialite, television personality
Years active 2006–present
Employer Formula One Group
Spouse(s)
Jay Rutland (m. 2013)
Children 1
Parent(s) Bernie Ecclestone
Slavica Ecclestone
Relatives Petra Ecclestone (sister)
Website www.tamaraecclestone.com

Tamara Ecclestone Rutland[1] (born 28 June 1984) is a British model, socialite, television personality, and the daughter of the former chief executive of the Formula One Group, Bernie Ecclestone and Croatian[2] model Slavica Ecclestone.

Early life[edit]

Ecclestone was born in Milan, the daughter of Bernie Ecclestone, the former chief executive of the Formula One Group, and Croatian model Slavica Ecclestone. She is the sister of Petra Ecclestone. She was educated at Francis Holland School in London.

Career[edit]

Ecclestone was the presenter of Sky Sports Italia's coverage of the 2009 Formula 1 season. She has also been involved in a range of other lifestyle and glamour productions after making her television debut in 2006 presenting the Red Bull Air Race World Championship for Channel 4. In 2011, she starred in her own reality television show Tamara Ecclestone: Billion $$$ Girl on Channel 5.[3] Ecclestone posed for Playboy in May 2013.[4] Tamara's World premiered in October 2017 on ITVBe.

Personal life[edit]

Ecclestone was engaged to Jonathan Ketterman in 2002. In 2013, Ketterman was found guilty of attempting to blackmail her.[5]

Ecclestone married Jay Rutland (b. 11 March 1981) from Essex in June 2013.[6] The couple's daughter Sofia was born in March 2014.[7][better source needed] On 20 April 2016, Rutland had charges dropped after he was accused of assisting an offender.[8]

The family resides in a house in Kensington Palace Gardens in London that was purchased for £45 million in 2011.[9]

She speaks English, Croatian and Italian.[10]

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