Aristocrat millionaire, 72, on the hunt for a young wife and "breeder" STILL is single

Sir Benjamin Slade, 72, is still looking for a young wife more than a year after announcing his search for a

A multi-millionaire aristocrat who caused outrage when he publicly announced his search for a young wife and "breeder". He remains single more than a year later, and now he has revealed his efforts to sweeten the deal.

Sir Benjamin Slade, 72, first announced his unorthodox approach to finding a partner in This Morning in 2017, when he resolved an extreme set of demands that his ideal candidate should meet, including that she would not measure more than 5 feet. inches, and I was between 30 and 40.

Now, the eccentric aristocrat, a baronet who presides over a thirteenth-century property in Somerset, appeared on Good Morning Britain to confirm that his search was unsuccessful until a year later, but that he was trying to be less aggressive.

"I changed my speech, now I say I want romance, I want to give you my credit card so you can buy it until it falls," he said.

"I want to take you to exotic places and I love great meals and I rush to spend a secret vacation, so that's the sales pitch, I can change it," he said.

Sir Benjamin Slade, 72, is still looking for a young wife more than a year after announcing his search for a "breeder" and someone who can give him an heir to his fortune.

The eccentric billionaire aristocrat appeared on Good Morning Britain, where he explained that he was trying a less aggressive approach to finding a partner and hoped they would enjoy being taken on vacation or shopping.

The eccentric billionaire aristocrat appeared on Good Morning Britain, where he explained that he was trying a less aggressive approach to finding a partner and hoped they would enjoy being taken on vacation or shopping.

The eccentric billionaire aristocrat appeared on Good Morning Britain, where he explained that he was trying a less aggressive approach to finding a partner and hoped they would enjoy being taken on vacation or shopping.

Sir Benjamin, who is a descendant of King Charles II, lives in the 13th century Maunsel House and also owns Woodlands Castle, also in Somerset.

He runs several businesses, including a place for weddings and a B & B, and hopes that his ideal partner will be able to take over the management.

"If you can get a wife who is also a chief executive, then it's a deal, two for the price of one," he said.

The aristocrat said in the ITV day program that he would seek to have children with any potential partner.

"I've been looking very hard and I've had a lot of emotion, I'm just trying to propose a deal, but a lot of people do not want to have more children.

"I have many fabulous brides, but they are over 50 and do not want or can not have more children.

"I think it's very important to have children and have a family, but I think it's time we started."

His list of requirements for the perfect "breeder" stipulated that he should not measure more than 5 feet 6 inches, be between 30 and 40 years old, possess a gun license and be "trained in the castle".

But despite the promise of £ 50,000 a year in 'pocket money', the woman of baronet's dreams has not materialized so far.

His list of requirements for the perfect "breeder" stipulated that he should not measure more than 5 feet 6 inches, be between 30 and 40 years old, possess a gun license and be "trained in the castle".

His list of requirements for the perfect "breeder" stipulated that he should not measure more than 5 feet 6 inches, be between 30 and 40 years old, possess a gun license and be "trained in the castle".

His list of requirements for the perfect "breeder" stipulated that he should not measure more than 5 feet 6 inches, be between 30 and 40 years old, possess a gun license and be "trained in the castle".

The aristocrat said in the ITV day program that he would seek to have children with any potential partner and that he could not consider adoption because he was too old.

The aristocrat said in the ITV day program that he would seek to have children with any potential partner and that he could not consider adoption because he was too old.

The aristocrat said in the ITV day program that he would seek to have children with any potential partner and that he could not consider adoption because he was too old.

Sir Benjamin, who is a descendant of King Charles II, lives in the 13th century Maunsel House and also owns Woodlands Castle, also in Somerset.

Sir Benjamin, who is a descendant of King Charles II, lives in the 13th century Maunsel House and also owns Woodlands Castle, also in Somerset.

Sir Benjamin, who is a descendant of King Charles II, lives in the 13th century Maunsel House and also owns Woodlands Castle, also in Somerset.

When asked if he had considered adoption, Sir Benjamin pointed out that his age was a problem.

"You do not know what you're going to get, right?" He said.

"They told me that I am too old to adopt and that I am very rightist, you have to be politically correct, if you hunt, shoot, fish and eat meat you can not adopt children who do not adopt children … & # 39;

Sir Benjamin had already been called about his attitudes towards women.

During his first appearance on This Morning in April 2017, he gave presenters Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes a list of requirements for the perfect "breeder".

These include being between 30 and 40 years old, holding a firearm license and being "trained in the castle".

Sir Benjamin Julian Alfred Slade, known as Sir Ben Slade, inherited his title of baron from his father in 1962, was previously married to Pauline Myburgh from the late 1970s to 1991, before divorcing.

Since then, the man without children enjoyed romances with Fiona Aitken, who became the second wife of the Count of Carnavon. His marriage home is Highclere Castle, where Downton Abbey was filmed.

And he wooed Kirsten Hughes, who says he left with my little hands in 2011 & # 39;

Good Morning Britain airs Monday through Friday at ITV starting at 6 a.m. M.

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