Claire-Anne Stroll is the best know as the wife of Lawrence Stroll who is a Canadian billionaire businessman, part-owner of the Racing Point Formula 1 team and collector of vintage Ferraris.
Curently, he has successfully rescued Aston Martin and he will lead a consortium hoping to pump around $650 million into the struggling sports car manufacturer. Furthermore, he will also use the Aston Martin name for the F1 team his son Lance drives for.
The partial owner of the SportPesa Racing Point F1 team led a group that paid £182 million for a 16.7% stake in the company. To make matters better for Aston Martin, new shares have been projected to raise an additional £318 million, essentially sports reported.
Lawrence Stroll will also become an executive chairman at Aston Martin as part of the takeover. CEO Andy Palmer is expected to keep his job and several sources confirmed the Racing Point Formula One team owned by Stroll will be rebranded Aston Martin after the 2020 season.
Later, in a statement to shareholders Stroll described the move as a “significant long-term investment” and championed the firm as making the “world’s most iconic luxury cars, designed and built by very talented people.”
Aston Martin is perhaps best known for being the car of choice for fictional spy James Bond. The firm recently confirmed on Twitter that four Aston Martins will be featured in the 25th Bond film No Time To Die out this year.
Lawrence Stroll invested in bringing Pierre Cardin fashionwear and Ralph Lauren clothing to Canada. Then, along with Hong Kong investor Silas Chou, Stroll invested in clothing designer Tommy Hilfiger and Michael Kors, and the pair largely contributed to the multiple brand’s global prevalences today.
In the 2000s, Chou and Stroll invested in Asprey & Garrard. In August 2018, Stroll led a consortium of investors in buying the Force India F1 team and additionally he owns the Canadian racecar circuit Circuit Mont-Tremblant in Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains.
She is a lifelong golfer and sports enthusiast. Clarie also created a luxury activewear brand called Callens and according to the website “Allens, where performance meets elegance, celebrates sophisticated femininity through the essence of activewear.”
“Callens is defined by style, ease and grace, the go-to collection for any event, any country, and any time of day. Made to travel comfortably and to arrive perfect, regardless of where the journey takes you, it is the ultimate modern wardrobe for the ultimate modern woman.
Developed using the finest Italian fabrics and craftsmanship, produced by highly specialized local workshops and artisans, where attention to detail prevails. Intricate couture finishes are combined with innovative functionality leading to a harmonious balance between fashion and sport. Each season is designed to complement each season before it, encouraging endless mix and match possibilities, offering on-duty confidence and off-duty practicality. Callens is not a fashion statement, it is a luxurious lifestyle choice.”
The Callens showroom is based in Milan, and the collection shows during the city’s fashion week. In an interview, she said the company is hers alone. “It is 100 percent for my project. My husband is not involved at all, but he’s very supportive.”
She is married to Lawrence Stroll and they have two children and have residences in Geneva, Switzerland as well as on the island of Mustique, Saint Vincent, and the Grenadines.
This couple’s son Lance Stroll is a racing driver who is currently competing in Formula One and the daughter’s name is Chloe Stroll.
Estimated Net Worth of Lawrence Stroll $2.6 Billion USD as of 2019. She stands 5 feet 4 inch tall and weighs around 54KG.