|The Right Honourable
The Lord Rothschild
OM GBE FBA
|Born||Nathaniel Charles Jacob Rothschild
29 April 1936
|Education||First in history|
|Alma mater||Eton College,
Christ Church, Oxford
|Known for||Rothschild banking family of England|
|Net worth||US$5 billion (2015)|
|Title||4th Baron Rothschild|
|Spouse(s)||Serena Mary Dunn (m. 1961)|
|Children||Hannah Mary (b. 1962)
Beth Matilda (b. 1964)
Emily “Emmy” Magda (b. 1967)
Nathaniel Philip Victor James (b. 1971)
|Parent(s)||Victor Rothschild, 3rd Baron Rothschild
Barbara Judith Hutchinson
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I don't think I've ever had a minute off in Israel. I've been completely and utterly devoted to what Hanadiv does. I'm not saying I'm a good guy for that. It's just the way the dice have fallen.
My mother was a Bloomsbury figure: a great friend of TS Eliot, Duncan Grant, Vanessa Bell. My grandmother, Mary Hutchinson, gave her life to works of art, being an admirer of Matisse and Giaometti, whom I collected as a young man because of her.
My parents divorced. There was the usual awkward business of going between them, but I was mostly with my mother. She remarried to a Greek painter Nico Ghika, so we were always around artists and intellectuals.