They announced the decision to sell their £175Million Chelsea home back in October.
And Petra Ecclestone and her estate agent husband Sam Palmer could finally be set to see the property go – as the latter sees the pound’s plunge against the dollar as a win for the couple.
‘An amazing time to buy in the UK for Americans,’ the estate agent, 38, chirped online as he hinted at a finanial win for himself and the 33-year-old F1 heiress.
The pound is currently at a 37-year-low agsint the dollar, making their Chelsea mansion much more appealing to buyers across the pond.
Petra and Sam, who married in July, are selling their home ‘off-market’ – posting a revealing ten-minute video of the home last year, produced by Architectural Digest.
The virtual tour offered potential buyers the ultimate Through The Keyhole-style tour of their Grade II listed Georgian home, which has been transformed into a palace of gold and crystal.
Bernie Ecclestone’s youngest daughter says: ‘This project took me five years to complete and is a home that I absolutely adore.’
The video also shows a 150,000-piece crystal chandelier and Petra’s vast dressing room.
The family spent lockdown at the eight-bedroom, 12-bathroom, 20,000sq ft home, which has some unhappy memories for Petra, as she shared it with ex-husband James Stunt.
The former car salesman met socialite Petra back in late 2017 through her brother-in-law Jay Rutland, who is married to her sister Tamara.
The pair tied the knot earlier this year in a lavish London ceremony, celebrating at the Chelsea home, dubbed Sloane House.
Petra shares Lavinia, nine, and twins James Robert Fredrick Jr and Andrew Kulbir, seven, with her ex James, while she and Sam are parents to daughter Millie, two.