British Billionaire Escapes Scandal To Pick Up New Superyacht In Valletta

Billionaire businesswoman (and wife of Topman and BHS Chairman) Lady Green caught chilling in the med.

Lionheart Valletta Daily Mail

Despite the recent scandal surrounding the sudden end to chain-store BHS, Lady Tina Green (the wife of the brand's chairman) has been spotted cruising around Malta on her €120 million superyacht.

The Mail Online reported that the power couple's lavish new ride, Lionheart, took four years to build, and is the third in a collection of superyachts owned by the Greens (which all sport similar, safari-themed names Lionchase and Lioness V).

Lady Shifty

Lady Green boards the newest member of the lion pride ft. her beloved dog. Photo:

Lady Green may be soaking up the rays in Malta, but back home things are a lot less sunny for the business moguls. With 11,000 jobs on the line and pensions put at risk, many have called for Sir Philip Green's knighthood to be revoked. The purchase of Lionsheart further fuels this outrage as claims arise that he invested more in the superyacht, than he did in trying to save the chain from shutting down.

Lionclub Speedboat

Lioncub - the handy little luzzu that takes visitors from the shore onto the yacth. Photo:

In an ironic twist, the yacht in question has allowed the employment of a hefty number of individuals. The Mail Online reports that the Greens have their own dog walker, two chefs, a hairdresser, a florist, a masseur and an army of window cleaners working on board the Lionsheart.

Lady Tina

Organising your decor can be extremely stressful. Photo:

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