It's "thought to be one of the most secure houses in London," per the Sun. And yet somehow thieves were able to break in to Tamara Ecclestone's $93 million mansion Friday night and steal every single piece of jewelry inside, according to the newspaper. That's more than $66 million worth, the BBC reports. "I can sadly confirm there has been a home invasion. Internal security are co-operating with police in this matter," a rep for Ecclestone says. "Tamara and family are well but obviously angry and shaken by the incident." Ecclestone, 35, is the daughter of former Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone, and per the Times, her dad thinks the burglary may have been an inside job.
She had just left the mansion with her husband and 5-year-old daughter to go on holiday for Christmas when three men allegedly broke in to the 57-room property, which is near Kensington Palace on London's "Billionaire Row." Despite Ecclestone having 24-hour security, the thieves got in by climbing over the back fence and going through the garden, then carried out a 50-minute raid before a security guard found them and they fled through an open window with items including a $106,000 Cartier bangle Ecclestone received as a wedding gift. No arrests have yet been made. A neighbor tells the Sun the whole thing is "shocking," especially considering the thieves had to find hidden safes and then smash them in order to get the goods. Ecclestone posted a Bible quote to Instagram after the burglary that says, in part, "For there is nothing hidden that will not be disclosed." (Read more burglary stories.)