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She is the free spending First Lady of Zimbabwe who splashed NZ$5.7 million on her daughter’s wedding, owns luxury homes around the world and recently paid $577,900 for a Rolls Royce.
Dubbed “Gucci” Grace for her love of spending, the wife of deposed dictator Robert Mugabe is renowned for her extravagant purchases and eye watering shopping trips around the world, according to the Daily Mail.
The 52 year old “First Lady of Shopping”, currently under house arrest with her husband,
93, at their 25 bedroom Blue Roof mansion in Harare following a military coup, has lavished millions on bling, including $385,000 on a diamond studded headboard.
Zimbabwean first lady Grace Mugabe, left,
sits next to vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa at the Zanu pf headquarters in Harare. Photo / AP