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Few little facts about Knightsbridge
Knightsbridge is a road which gives its name to an exclusive district lying to the west of Central London. Knightsbridge is home to many expensive shops including the department store Harrods, the largest in Europe and owned by the Mohamed Al Fayed, Peter Jones, the traditional haunt of Sloane Rangers and Harvey Nicholas made famous by the Antics of Edina Monsoon and Patsy Stone in BBC satire Abslutely Fabulous. Knightsbridge is noted as the home of flagship stores for many British and international fashion houses. The renowned London based shoe designer Jimmy Choo and Manolo Blahnik are based here. There are 2 Channel stores in the area alongside banks for high net worth individuals, including Coutts-bankers to The Queen, rumoured to reject any potential clients worth less than £5 million. Knightsbridge is also home to many of the world's richest people. It has some of the highest property prices in the world. 14 out of top 200 most expensive streets in Britian are in Knightsbridge. In February 2007, the world most expensive apartment at One Hyde Park, sold off plan for £100,000,000 and has been bought by a Qatari Prince. Knightsbridge has many notable residents. This include many British and European socialites and aristocrate, Roman Abramovich from Russia, international businessmen from China and India, Lord Marshall of Knightsbridge, Saudi and sveral other middleeastern Royal Dynasties, investments bankers and hedge fund managers such as John Duffield of New Asset Management. The famed fashion desingers Valentino and Tom Ford, formerly of Gucci also live in the area.
A number of high profile peopl were raised in the area including Pricess Diana, Sienna Miller, Amanda de Cadent and Ian Flemming, creator of Jame Bond.