Bake Off presenter Prue Leith has reportedly sold her £10million home to a racing driver who once bought a £37million showstopper car.
Upmarket car dealer Gregor Fisken knows more about avoiding rusty undersides rather than soggy bottoms, but is said to have snapped up Prue’s famous Cotswold’s kitchen as soon as she put the manor house on the market.
And although £10million is the kind of price tag that would make most people blow a gasket, the enthusiast is used to handling large sums of money at his showroom in Kensington Mews.
This second hand car dealer handles some of the rarest and most expensive cars in the world on a daily basis and in 2020 won a court clash with an American lawyer over a gearbox from a £37million 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO he bought and sold.
Now he is said to be moving into the 17th century manor house, in Gloucestershire, that Prue bought with first husband,…