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Marquess of Bute's daughter shares snaps after 'breaking tier 4 rules'

Marquess of Bute’s socialite daughter Lady Lola, 21, shares first snaps from her parents’ home in Scotland after travelling from London in a trip that ‘broke lockdown restrictions’

  • Lady Lola Bute shared festive snaps from Mount Stuart House on the Isle of Bute
  • Reports claim John Crichton-Stuart, 62, travelled to Isle of Bute on December 20
  • Lola posted a video as she and family made the crossing from the mainland 
  • Peer’s normal residence is in London where mutant strain of Covid-19 was found
  • Scottish police said six others including a 90-year-old woman were charged 

The 7th Marquess of Bute’s socialite daughter has shared a series of festive snaps from their home in Scotland – after ‘breaking lockdown rules’ to travel there from London.

Lady Lola Crichton-Stuart, 21, took to Instagram to post a selection of glamorous photos from the plush pad, having travelled to the Isle of Bute, Argyll and Bute, with father John Crichton-Stuart, 62, on December 20, after the capital was put into Tier 4 and a travel ban put in place between Scotland and the rest of the UK. 

The Marquess, once ranked 616th in the Rich List, has his ancestral home Mount Stuart House there, which can be hired out for £24,000 a wedding. The Marquess – worth an estimated £125million – also has a cottage on the island.

The cottage was where Lola, a model who regularly graces the pages of Tatler and whose celebrity friends include Sadie Frost, isolated during the pandemic this summer.   

This week Lola posted a snap of her pouting in her family kitchen wearing a bright red jumper and lipstick, captioned ‘kissmas’. She also shared a snap of her posing on a worktop in a pair of silky black pyjamas and glitter heels.

The 7th Marquess of Bute’s socialite daughter has shared a series of festive snaps from their home in Scotland – after ‘breaking lockdown rules’ to travel there from London

Lady Lola Crichton-Stuart, 21, took to Instagram to post a selection of glamorous photos from the plush pad, having travelled to the Isle of Bute, Argyll and Bute, with father John Crichton-Stuart, 62, on December 20

Lola revealed further photos from the trip on her Instagram Stories, with a sweet photo of her and her mother, Serena, captioned ‘Twin’, and a candid shot of her and her father beside a fireplace.

She captioned the latter: ‘Dada, my hero this year and every year.’

In another shot she posed with what looked like a glass of white wine – after she celebrated six months of being ‘clean and serene’ in January on Instagram. 

Although Lola didn’t reference her location, the photos appear to be taken in the same home she shared festive snaps from last year – in which she tagged her location as Isle of Bute.

Lola revealed further photos from the trip on her Instagram Stories, including this shot of her with her father, whom she called her ‘hero’

Lola shared a sweet photo of her and her fashion designer mother, Serena, captioned ‘Twin’

Lola shared a snap of her posing on a worktop in a pair of silky black pyjamas and glitter heels

Although Lola didn’t reference her location, the photos appear to be taken in the same home she shared festive snaps from last year (pictured) – in which she tagged her location as Isle of Bute

Last week the Scottish Herald reported the Marquess of Bute was charged over an alleged breach of Covid-19 rules, along with six others including a 90-year-old woman.

Wearing a life jacket and bright orange beanie, Lola smiled and gave a thumbs up for the camera from onboard the speedboat to the island, captioning the clip her ‘Tier 4 journey’. 

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: ‘On Monday December 21 2020, we received a report of a group of people travelling to the Isle of Bute in contravention of alleged breaches under the coronavirus legislation. 

‘Inquiries were carried out and three men aged 32, 62 and 69 years, and four women aged 21, 29, 60 and 90, have been charged and will be subject of a report to the procurator fiscal.’ 

If the breach is proved or admitted, the aristocrat will only have to pay a paltry fine.

Police have the power to issue £60 punishments to rule-breakers, which are halved if they are paid quickly. But any repeat offenders can face higher fines of £960.

The daughter of the multi-millionaire Marquess of Bute was seen giving a ‘thumbs up’ as she allegedly broke both Scottish and English lockdown rules to travel to her aristocratic home in the Scottish Islands

Crichton-Stuart is a former F1 driver and called himself Johnny Dumfries at one point.

He previously owned Dumfries House in Cumnock, Ayrshire, but sold it to Scotland after a consortium headed by Prince Charles in 2007 for £45million. 

The Marquess also has another home in the capital, which he shares with fashion designer wife Serena, 57.

It is a conversion of the studios used by legendary British comic troupe Monty Python.

Lady Lola Bute and her father the Marquess of Bute John Crichton-Stuart, 62, embrace

The Marquess of Bute John Crichton-Stuart has reportedly been charged with Covid breach

Prince Charles with the Marquess of Bute John Crichton-Stuart, 62, back in 2007

In the summer, Lady Lola shared snaps of herself taking dips in the sea, strolling through the Bute countryside and baking up a storm with friends including Vogue cover girl Adwoa Aboah, 27, and Ruby Boglione, the youngest daughter of Petersham Nurseries founders Gael and Francesco, who works as a buyer for the family business. 

Last year the blonde beauty made headlines when her on-off boyfriend Kai Schachter-Rich, son of art dealer Kenny Schachter and artist Ilona Rich Schachter and grandson of Denise and Marc Rich, took his own life. 

She was a close friend of IIa Scheckter, daughter of former F1 champion Jody Scheckter, who died of a ‘suspected accidental overdose’ last year after losing her battle with addiction.

Mount Stuart Manor House has been home to the Marquess of Bute since the 1870s, replacing an earlier house by Alexander McGill, which was built in 1719.

The property, which is partly open to the public, boasts a famous colonnaded Marble Hall and crystal-studded vaulted ceilings. 

Lady Lola Bute poses up with her friend on holiday as they enjoy some time on a boat

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