Tamara Beckwith furious to discover car broken into outside Central London mansion by ‘morons’

‘My families taxes aren’t being used’: Tamara Beckwith furious to discover car broken into outside Central London mansion by ‘morons’

Tamara Beckwith took to Instagram to express her frustration at having her car broken into outside her Central London mansion on Thursday afternoon. 

The TV personality, 51, had the rear window of her car smashed and fumed that her ‘family taxes’ weren’t being used to prevent the crime.  

She told her followers: ‘I never leave anything of value in my car so my only consolation is the moron/thief who decided to smash the rear window will be mighty disappointed with his haul of old school uniform.’ 

‘This is just so wrong’: Tamara Beckwith took to Instagram to express her frustration at having her car broken into outside her Central London mansion on Thursday afternoon

The socialite, wrote: ‘What an absolute pleasure it is to live in Central London..This was my surprise at 5pm.. 

‘Just a reminder of where my families taxes aren’t being used.. This is just so wrong on many levels..’ 

She continued:  ‘As always the silver lining has to be to anyone coming to London for Christmas shopping or a lovely treat be vigilant and don’t think for a minute anyone is watching out for you or your possessions..

 ‘Sadly We are certainly living in a very dangerous City…Life goes on,’ the former It girl added. 

Outraged: The TV personality, 51, had the rear window of her car smashed and fumed that her 'family taxes' weren't being used to prevent the crime

Outraged: The TV personality, 51, had the rear window of her car smashed and fumed that her ‘family taxes’ weren’t being used to prevent the crime

The car looting was not Tamara’s first run in with robbers as she previously witnessed armed police foil a burglary raid on her neighbour’s mansion in Belgravia in 2015. 

The TV personality heard ‘super, super loud’ bangs as officers threw smoke grenades to disable a gang of four alleged burglars after monitoring a flat for days.

Police in bulletproof vests swooped on the multimillion-pound home in Eaton Place and arrested the four suspects after they allegedly broke in.

Spouse: Tamara is married to Giorgio Veroni and is mother to 12-year-old Vivi and Vero, six, with a grown-up daughter from previous relationship called Anouska, 33

Spouse: Tamara is married to Giorgio Veroni and is mother to 12-year-old Vivi and Vero, six, with a grown-up daughter from previous relationship called Anouska, 33 

Tamara is married to Giorgio Veroni and is mother to 12-year-old Vivi and Vero, six, with a grown-up daughter from previous relationship called Anouska, 33.

The star was known as a member of the ‘IT girls’ and for being best friends with the late Tara Palmer-Tomkinson. 

The TV personality was tragically found dead in her London flat in February 2017, aged 45. 

Tamara and Tara were famed for their partying ways, drinking fizz, travelling on private jets and their disastrous love lives.  

During an appearance on Loose Women, Tamara recalled: ‘We were quite naive in a way we thought it was all just great fun, if you don’t have a real job you don’t have to be checking in at 8am.

Close friends: Tamara was known as a member of the 'IT girls' and for being best friends with the late Tara Palmer-Tomkinson (pictured together in 1995)

Close friends: Tamara was known as a member of the ‘IT girls’ and for being best friends with the late Tara Palmer-Tomkinson (pictured together in 1995)

‘It wasn’t like I was stuck in a horrible environment and struggling for myself. For my mum it was a fantastic time, because she had this little baby, even though she was a grandma, she had this new lease of life.

She continued: ‘Tara and I, we did so many jobs together, we were just booked together like lots of other girls, the problem with Tara is that we’ve always had a baby.

‘I’ve always had a strong family behind me, whether they’ve been able to control me all the time is a bit trickier. We always had Sunday lunch. We just had to be functioning’.

Memories: During an appearance on Loose Women, Tamara recalled: 'We were quite naive in a way we thought it was all just great fun, if you don't have a real job you don't have to be checking in at 8am'

Memories: During an appearance on Loose Women, Tamara recalled: ‘We were quite naive in a way we thought it was all just great fun, if you don’t have a real job you don’t have to be checking in at 8am’

 

 

 

 

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