Ace Ecclestone is the son of well-known business magnate Bernard Charles Ecclestone mostly known as Bernie Ecclestone. The father of Ace is the former chief executive of the Formula One Group. He co-owned the English football club Queens Park Rangers between 2007 and 2011.
Ace Ecclestone: Bio Summary
|Age||2 years old as of 2022|
|Date of birth||1 July 2020|
|Famous as||Bernie Ecclestone’s son|
|Parents||Bernie Ecclestone and Fabiana Flosi|
|Grandparents||Sidney Ecclestone and Bertha Ecclestone|
|Siblings||Tamara Ecclestone, Petra Ecclestone, and Deborah Ecclestone|
Who Is Bernie Ecclestone’s Son?
Ace Ecclestone was born Alexander Charles Ecclestone on 1 July 2020. He is two years old as of 2022. He was born to business tycoon Bernie Ecclestone and his wife Fabiana Flosi, who is the vice president of marketing for the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Ace Ecclestone’s parents met at the World Motor Sport Council. In April 2012, Bernie Ecclestone and Fabiana Flosi were engaged. They have been married since 2012. Fabiana is 46 years of Bernie’s junior but despite the age difference, they are still enjoying a happy marriage.
In 2021, Fabiana Flosi was named as Vice-President of Sport in South America by the FIA, F1’s governing body. Ace is the only child of his parents but he has half-siblings. His half-siblings are Tamara Ecclestone, Petra Ecclestone, and Deborah Ecclestone.
Ace Ecclestone is the grandchild of Sidney Ecclestone, a fisherman, and Bertha Ecclestone. He enjoys a great time with his parents and family. He is enjoying his life as a celebrity kid and the youngest child of his famous father Bernie Ecclestone.
Ace Ecclestone is still a child and a long way from working and earning money independently. He is believed to be enjoying a luxurious lifestyle due to his father’s fame. He is living his life under the supervision of his parents.
What Happened To His Father?
On 25 May 2022, Ace Ecclestone’s father Bernie Ecclestone was arrested for illegal possession of a firearm. He was arrested by Brazilian authorities for illegally carrying a firearm while boarding a private plane to Switzerland.
In his luggage, an undocumented LW Seecamp .32 gun was discovered during an x-ray screening. He acknowledged owning the gun but said he was unaware it was in his luggage at the time. He paid bail and was freed to travel to Switzerland.
Speaking about his arrest, Bernie said: “I got it a few years ago from someone in Formula One and we thought it might be a good idea for Fabiana to have it in her handbag in case of a robbery to scare someone off”.
He added: “I actually don’t think it would have been much use. The sort of people who might want to rob us may have had guns a lot bigger than this little thing.” He said that he had the gun in his luggage after he jokingly pretended to detain one of his employees.
He said: “I was mucking about with the gun at home. I was pretending to arrest somebody, one of the guys who rides the horses. “I put it into my shirt pocket and took the shirt off. I left my things on the bed to be packed and in it went. I never used it, or carried it. It had no bullets.
“They scanned the luggage then called me to look through the suitcase — they said they couldn’t open it until I got there — and we spent ages trying to find it. Eventually I found it.”
However, Bernie Ecclestone and Fabiana Flosi were returning to his apartment in his central London offices on the evening of 24 November 2010 when four men ambushed the pair and robbed them. At the time, Bernie and Fabiana were not married yet.
The men robbed their jewelry, including diamond rings and a watch, with a total value of £200,000. Bernie Ecclestone later said, “I see a figure of £200,000 mentioned but that is bollocks. They won’t be going far on what they took off us”).
The image of Bernie Ecclestone’s bruised face was later used in an advertisement by Hublot, the makers of the stolen watch, with the slogan “See what people will do for a Hublot”.
Also, Bernie Ecclestone has been a victim of theft. He parked his vehicle outside his London home and two wheels were stolen from his vehicle. His vehicle was a brand-new Mercedes-Benz CLS55 AMG, which was reportedly the first of its kind in Britain.