Former model who received £2.2m after the death of her banker lover faces having to give all of it to his children


A FORMER model who received £2.2million after the death of her banker lover faces having to give all of it to his children.

Dr Rainer Kahrmann died aged 71 in 2014, having fathered two girls with his late ex-wife and then twin boys with girlfriend Hilary Harrison-Morgan, 60.

Hillary Harrison-Morgan could be forced to give back the money her late lover left her
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Alice Kahrmann is demanding the money is given back and divided among her father’s four children
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At the time of his sudden death, he was set to net £4.4million from London property deals and she got half, with his daughters getting the rest.

It resulted in a furious family row and legal battle, running up over £1million in court costs.

Daughter Alice demanded that the money be given back and divided between all four children.

Mrs Harrison-Morgan claimed she was due the sum in an agreement for moving out of the central London home she shared with him so it could be sold.

She claimed: “Rainer fully intended to make sure that myself and the boys were looked after from the proceeds of sale.”

His ex-wife, Swiss socialite Christiane De Muller, died aged 70 in January but Alice fought on alone as administrator of his estate.

She hauled her dad’s lover to the Court of Appeal to get the £2.2million back.

Judges yesterday ruled Mrs Harrison-Morgan was not entitled to it and it should be shared by his rightful heirs.

She is also liable for £500,000 in court costs but plans an appeal to the Supreme Court.

Dr Rainer Kahrmann had two daughters with his late ex-wife Christiane De Muller

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