Amanda Doyle, a mistress of Alexander Thynn the 7th Marquess of Bath and referred to as a “wifelet” by the Marquess is pursuing a High Court case pursuant to The Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 for reasonable provision from the estate of the late Marquess. The estate is valued at £23 million. The Act allows for those who were financially dependent on the deceased in certain circumstances, claim for ‘financial provision’.
During the course of a 51-year marriage to his wife, actress Anna Gael, Lord Bath allegedly had a total of 74 lovers or “wifelets”.
Doyle alleges that she was ‘entirely financially dependent’ on the Marquess for 21 years which, she says ended only with the Marquess’ death in April 2020 after contracting the coronavirus.
Like all her fellow wifelets, Doyle went unmentioned in Bath’s will, in which he left everything to Anna, their daughter and son Ceawlin who is now the 8th Marquess.
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