He has collected £squillions over the years in divi payments from what is effectively a corner shop. He has still not been 'accepted' by The Establishment in spite of what could be considered as a time-consuming but singularly heroic effort over the years. He was offered a shed load of money (aka £1.5 billion) to trouser in his capacious pockets. He has remaining 'issues' over the death of his son. He is 77 and I have to say, looking a bit ragged around the edges. I think it's pretty clear that I do not need rare examples of old fossils clinging grimly onto their earthly spoils whilst awaiting the call of The Grim Reaper.
He`s probably woken up to the fact that at 77 he will never get a British passport,be excepted by British society,or become a lord..the only title he will have is being the richest man in the cemetery,so he`s wisely decided to sit back and live his life out by enjoying his family and pet Fulham Football Team
When I worked in London I took a stroll through some of the store. I was very tempted by the Baby Grand Piano at £26,000 but they didn't have a Harrods bag big enough to put it in and I really only wanted the bag, bit of a status symbol a Harrods bag ;)))