The one who was the boss of the Formula 1, Bernie Ecclestone, has become father of his fourth child together with the Brazilian director of marketing Fabiana Flosi is 48 years younger. A birth that comes just a few months before Ecclestone turns 90. “His name is Ace. I am very proud. Everything was very easy. Labor ended in 25 minutes. Thank God, “Bernie Ecclestone assured the Swiss portal ‘Blick’, pointing out that both the mother and the little boy, who was born in Interlaken (Switzerland), they are perfectly.
Ace has been with his older sister Deborah for 65 years, the result of the businessman’s first marriage to Ivy Bamford. Ecclestone has two more daughters from his previous marriage to the Croatian model Slavica Ecclestone: Tamara, 35, and Petra, 31. Among them they have given Bernie a total of five grandchildren.
Bernie Ecclestone and Fabiana Flosi married in 2012 at a secret wedding in the tycoon’s luxurious mansion at the Gstaad ski resort in Switzerland. Neither of the two daughters from her second marriage went to her father’s liaison. The relationship is distant with them is distant, since they did not see well the marriage with a woman much younger than him.
“We have been together for two years and what makes everything work between us is that Fabiana has a great sense of humor. Although I must say that I have absolutely no problem with her at home and I think she is also very lucky to be with me” Ecclestone recounted in an interview.
Ecclestone joins the club of famous parents who have had children at an advanced age, and that include, for example, Mick Jagger (at 73 years old), George Lucas (at 69 years old) or Robert de Niro (at 68 years old) or the late Julio Iglesias Puga, who was a father at 87 years old.
The businessman, who has passed the recent confinement with his wife in Brazil, was also news days ago by controversial statements, when he assured that black people are often “more racist than whites”.
The organizers of the Formula 1 World They issued a statement condemning the words of the former head of the championship, stating that “at a time when unity is needed to tackle racism and inequality, we completely disagree with Bernie Ecclestone’s comments, which have no place in Formula 1 or in society.”