Bernie Ecclestone and wife watched as son, two, had first ski lessonDecember 31, 2022
In pole position! F1 tycoon Bernie Ecclestone, 92, and his wife Fabiana Flosi watch on nervously as their son, two, takes on his first ski lesson at luxury Swiss ski resort
- Two-year-old Ace hit the slopes for the first time as his parents watched on
- Bernie Ecclestone grinned as Ace was guided down the slopes by the instructor
- Ecclestone is due to stand trial accused of hiding more than £400 million in tax
Motorsport tycoon Bernie Ecclestone’s passion for speed appears to have been passed on to his two-year-old son, Ace, who beamed with joy as he hit the ski slopes for the first time.
The youngster took on his first skiing lesson in Gstaad, Switzerland, watched by his father and mother Fabiana Flosi, 46.
Brazilian Fabiana looked nervous, but Ecclestone, 92, grinned as Ace was guided down the slope by an instructor using a swimming float to keep the boy upright.
Bernie Ecclestone’s passion for speed appears to have been passed on to his two-year-old son, Ace, who beamed with joy as he hit the ski slopes for the first time
Two-year-old Ace took on his first skiing lesson in Gstaad, Switzerland, watched by his father Bernie Ecclestone and mother Fabiana Flosi
Ecclestone’s daughters Tamara, 38, and Petra, 34, also joined in the family fun, with Tamara snapping a photo of her youngest daughter Serena, two, in a red snowsuit.
Ecclestone, who has an estimated £3 billion fortune, was chief executive of Formula 1 until 2017.
He lives in a £23 million chalet called Le Lion in the exclusive resort town of Gstaad, where neighbours include Italian fashion designer Valentino. The property is where Ecclestone and Fabiana married in a private ceremony in 2012.
He also owns a nearby mountain, the Glacier 3000. Tamara revealed on her reality TV show that her father had made the extravagant purchase simply because ‘he liked it’.
Ecclestone, 92, grinned as his sone Ace (pictured) was guided down the slope by an instructor using a swimming float to keep the boy upright
The British businessman, who also owns the Hotel Olden in Gstaad, appeared relaxed as he enjoyed watching his family on the slopes. But later this year he is due to stand trial accused of hiding more than £400 million in tax.
Ecclestone pleaded not guilty to a charge of fraud brought after an investigation by HM Revenue and Customs. The trial is due to be held at Southwark Crown Court.
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