Harriet Clapham got married to Lord Dalmeny, who was her fiance. One of the most famous single men in Britain is no longer single.
Dalmeny was already married and had five kids when he married her, but he had been single for more than eight years.
He is a member of the British upper class and the Chairman of Sotheby’s in the UK. He is a member of the British nobility and the heir to ten titles of nobility.
The Earldoms of Rosebery and Midlothian, Dalmeny House, which is part of the Primrose dynasty, and the Chiefship of Clan Primrose are some of these titles. Dalmeny is a member of the Royal Company of Archers and is the deputy lieutenant for the county of Midlothian.
What’s Harriet Clapham’s name? More on the Wife of Lord Dalmeny
Harriet Clapham is a private art advisor based in London. She helps collectors all over the world with advice and deals.
They got engaged in July 2021 and got married in August 2022. According to the Dailymail, they’ve been together since September 2020.
Advisory says that Harriet recently did a lot of work with The National Gallery in London. She is a co-chair of their Young Ambassadors program, which is the first sponsorship group for potential future supporters of the organization.
The advisor is also in charge of getting the in-store art show at Browns Fashion up and running and making it.
The Londoner began working for Gagosian London in 2012. She was a member of the sales team, but she also helped artists set up shows and worked with businesses and the government on public projects.
Harriet is in charge of the Crossrail Art Program and worked with the Westminster Council to make a plan for the systematic display of large works of art in central London’s most visible places. This was done with help from the Henry Moore Foundation.
She got her bachelor’s degree from Sotheby’s Institute of Art and her master’s degree with honors in art history from the University of St. Andrews in 2011. She also has a certificate in Wealth and Investment Management from the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment.
What is Harriet Clapham’s age? More on how old she was compared to Lord Dalmeny
Lord Dalmeny was born to Neil Primrose, 7th Earl of Rosebery, on November 20, 1968. So, he is 54 years old right now. Harriet Clapham is 33 years old, according to Dailymail.
The age difference between them is 21 years. Even though there is a big age gap between them, they seem to get along well and are serious about their relationship.
He went to school at the Dragon School, Eton College, and Oxford. After that, he went to Trinity College in Cambridge to get a degree in art history.
Harriet Clapman Instagram Photos
Harriet Clapman is an art advisor, and she also has a huge social media following. Under the name @harrietclaphamadvisory, she is very active on Instagram.
More than 2,600 people follow the advisor on Instagram. She also writes many posts and tweets under the name Harriet on her Twitter account.
Lord Dalmeny, her husband, doesn’t like to use social media either. He can only be reached on LinkedIn if he has more than 500 connections.
What is Harriet Clapman’s net worth? More on Lord Dalmeny’s Net Worth
Harriet Clapman is thought to have a net worth of about $500,000.
According to Comparably, the salaries of art consultants in the US range from $17,628 to $466,435, with a median salary of $84,020.
Lord Dalmeny, on the other hand, is thought to have a net worth of more than $5 million. He is the son of Neil Primrose, the 7th Earl of Rosebery, and the likely heir.
He is the great-grandson of Hannah de Rothschild, who was the richest woman in Britain, and Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery, who was the Prime Minister. The Earls of Rosebery also owned Mentmore Towers until 1977. They also own Dalmeny House.
Clapman has already had a lot of success at a young age. The English moved to Switzerland in 2014 to represent the gallery and help Jenny Saville get ready for their historic joint show at the Kunsthaus Zürich.
Harriet quit her job at Gagosian in 2015. Instead, she spent a year working in Zürich for Société Générale Private Bank, where she advised top management on how to set up art financing facilities in Paris and Luxembourg. Since 2017, she has given her clients honest advice.