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Kirsten It is Kirsten Rausing who, more than anyone else, runs the family business.She is the unmarried eldest child of Gad, Ruben's older son, who bought up his younger brother's share of the business in 1995 and died five years later, leaving Kirsten and her younger brothers, Finn and Jorn, in control.Prince Charles described him as "one very special philanthropist".Eric Carlin, the chief executive of the anti-drug charity Mentor UK, was one of the first to come to the couple's defence after their arrest.But he also began the family tradition of giving away vast sums of money; his children are now reputed to have donated £140m.Hans Rausing is not as rich as his widowed sister-in-law and her children, who held on to the family business, but having invested his wealth shrewdly for the past 12 years, his worth was reckoned in last year's Forbes rich list at £4.5bn, which made him the 73rd richest man in the world, equal with Rupert Murdoch.Their advantage is that they can be produced cheaply in a way that meets rigorous health and safety standards.

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He drives a Morris Minor, and visits the barber in the village near by.

Yet, amid such riches, the couple have been compelled to visit to a police station to answer questions, and Eva has been reduced to making a public plea for forgiveness after she was caught allegedly trying to take drugs into the US embassy.

A raid on their home turned up a further £2,000 worth of heroin and crack cocaine, a drug associated more often with young people on rough estates than with middle-aged women in Chelsea.

He has been singularly astute at keeping his tax bills low, living here as a "non-dom", spreading his wealth through holdings in tax havens such as Liechtenstein and the Cayman Islands.

In 2002, when he was still listed as Britain's richest resident, in one year he and his businesses received more from Inland Revenue than they paid in tax.

He drives a Morris Minor, and visits the barber in the village near by.

Yet, amid such riches, the couple have been compelled to visit to a police station to answer questions, and Eva has been reduced to making a public plea for forgiveness after she was caught allegedly trying to take drugs into the US embassy.

A raid on their home turned up a further £2,000 worth of heroin and crack cocaine, a drug associated more often with young people on rough estates than with middle-aged women in Chelsea.

He has been singularly astute at keeping his tax bills low, living here as a "non-dom", spreading his wealth through holdings in tax havens such as Liechtenstein and the Cayman Islands.

In 2002, when he was still listed as Britain's richest resident, in one year he and his businesses received more from Inland Revenue than they paid in tax.

Milk cartons gave them one of the greatest private fortunes in Europe.