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The brothers, with their property development companies Candy and Candy and CPC Group, have been on a fast track to fortune since the mid 1990s when they made their first modest start - a £50,000 gain on a flat they bought for £122,000 in Earls Court London that they purchased and did up with the help of a £6,000 loan from their grandmother.
At that time Nick, now 38, and younger brother Christian, 36, were working full time, the former in advertising and the latter for Merrill Lynch investment bank.
Like the other flats, this homage to conspicuous consumption has enviable views over London, sumptuous fixtures and fittings, bullet-proof windows, panic room, wine cellar and a room service option for the Mandarin Oriental Hotel next door.
They expect to enjoy juicy spoils once all the marble-rich properties are sold and claim they are already halfway there.
Mrs Candy’s husband and his brother may have a joint worth (last estimated in 2011) of around £300 million but Holly, who has her own home in Los Angeles, is anything but a gold-digger.
The eldest of her father’s eight children (having split with her mother when Holly and her sister Coco were young, he went on to have six more children from two subsequent marriages), she has been paying her way since she was 12 and remains proudly independent.
Many close friends, relatives and family attended the party and blessed the couples. She is from a big Australian family, with younger siblings, so she knows exactly what she is doing.
The pretty actress looked gorgeous pictured here alongside hubby Nick at an event, but then how could she not look great wearing Balmain?
You may have come to associate Olivier Rousteing's designs with the Kardashians, but they are much loved by the wider celebrity community too and Holly really rocked this monochrome number.
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Warm, funny, self-deprecating and smart, she talks exclusively to YOU about her fear of flying, love of fast cars, thriftiness and how she fell in love with her husband, who ‘may be the boss of everyone else but he’s not the boss of me’. It’s naive to say that sex isn’t a big part of the marketing machine of the business I was in back then.