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Playboy tycoon James Stunt yesterday apologised to his ‘friend’ Prince Charles over astonishing allegations that a £50million Monet he loaned to the prince was a fake.

The bankrupt gold bullion dealer allegedly agreed to lend a number of artworks to the headquarters of the prince’s charity, including the ‘Monet’ and a ‘Picasso’ actually painted by a notorious American art forger.

To read more on The Daily Mail:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7645511/James-Stunt-says-sorry-Prince-Charles-amid-claims-paintings-loaned-fakes.html

 

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