George Spencer-Churchill, a relative of Princess Diana and, as his last name suggests, Winston Churchill, the 28-year-old Marquess of Blandford, is the future Duke of Marlborough.
And although he’s heir to the 187-room Blenheim Palace and a £183 million fortune, as well as a distant relative of Sir Winston Churchill, George wears his grand background lightly.
George Spencer-Churchill is set to inherit both the title and the grand Blenheim Palace from his father – Jamie Spencer-Churchill. The palace is situated in the Baroque country estate in Oxfordshire, named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The historic property boasts acres of sprawling gardens and has been used as a filming location for a James Bond movie.
But George hasn’t waited for that check to clear before claiming his extravagant lifestyle.
The polo star, who’s played alongside Prince Harry, boasts a pilot’s license as well as a very battered passport, showcasing his exotic travels from Istanbul to Las Vegas.
George is betrothed to his teenage sweetheart, Camilla Thorp, an interior designer he met when he was just 16.
32-year-old Camilla Thorpe became the Marchioness of Blandford when she married George Spencer-Churchill, the Marquess of Blandford, at St Mary Magdalene Church in Woodstock in September 2018.
Two years ago, the couple welcomed their daughter Olympia Arabella Kitty Spencer-Churchill in Portland Hospital, London.
Besides living his jet-set life, George Spencer-Churchill is a model and brand ambassador for La Martina, an Argentinean polo clothing and accessories company. He was also walking the runway at the Dolce & Gabbana show during Milan Men’s Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019 on June 16, 2018, in Milan, Italy.
So if you didn’t know who George Spencer-Churchill was before, you do now. The British aristocrat travels and lives his best life with his family – one that many admire their strong traditions within Wiltshire, England.