Aristocrat offers six students a private jet to fly to her family island off the coast of Chile, where they will live for six months and earn £ 18,000
- Lady Kristyna Drummond-Hay, 37, wants to help preserve the family island in Chile
- She offers six students the opportunity to fly a private jet there
- They then receive free accommodation and meals, along with lessons from a & # 39; well-known conservationist and doctor & # 39; during their stay
- In return, they will help preserve the island that was previously uninhabited
A British aristocrat with ties to the royal family is looking for six people to live on her family's uninhabited island off the coast of Chile for six months.
Lady Kristyna Drummond-Hay, 37, says she will pay the intrepid adventurers £ 3,000 a month, fly to the island with a private jet and give them three meals a day during the excursion.
The lucky six will also be taught & # 39; by a well-known conservationist and doctor & # 39; during their stay on Isla Drummond-Hay.
Lady Kristyna Drummond-Hay, 37, (pictured with husband Michael) offers six students the opportunity to live on her family's private island for six months and earn £ 18,000 each
The six are flown to Isla Drummond-Hay, provided with free accommodation and meals and are given by & # 39; a well-known conservationist and doctor & # 39;
Applications are open to students older than 18 or students in other environmental disciplines.
The purpose of the scheme is to help preserve the island itself and to inspire people to pursue a life of conservation.
Speak against North Wales Live, Lady Kristyna said: & My family and I are proud of our philanthropic work and we have spent millions on maintaining the island due to erosion, plastic pollution and other environmental risks.
& # 39; The island is exclusively intended for nature conservation with seal colonies and many species of exotic birds that nest there.
& # 39; We have decided that this beautiful space and accommodation could be better used, so & # 39; we open our doors & # 39; and invite conservation students (or other environmental disciplines) to stay on the island for up to six months with all costs, including paid flights, and being able to experience the sights and sounds of Isla Drummond-Hay to be seen while being trained by a well-known conservationist and doctor. & # 39;
Lady Kristyna says she wants to help preserve the island, which is the home of seals and exotic birds that was never inhabited before
Lady Kristyna comes from a prestigious family and is the granddaughter of William Huntley Drummond-Hay, the 15th Earl of Perthshire.
She is also family of Lady Grace Drummond-Hay, the first woman to tour the world in August 1929 in the Graf Zeppelin.
The Drummond-Hay family itself is believed to be worth billions and its ancestors sold Balmoral Castle to Queen Victoria.
Other family members are jumping champion Anneli Drummond-Hay and Bettina DrummondHay, who went out with Prince Charles before marrying Princess Diana.
But she abandoned that lifestyle last year after meeting 34-year-old Welsh former farmer Michael Lloyd on a dating site specifically for farmers.
Lady Kristyna's family is believed to be worth billions and has ties with the royal family, but she shunned that lifestyle in favor of a former farmer getting married and living quietly
Michael, who is currently an engineer, but also served in the army for 10 years, talked to Kristyna online for five months before meeting her in Australia.
She divides her time between the land and her farm in Perthshire, Scotland.
The couple had a long-distance relationship before they became engaged and then married in February at the Welsh Church in Melbourne.
Kristyna said before the ceremony that they would keep the wedding quiet and hold the reception in a cafe.
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