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Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone's former wife Slavica Ecclestone has decided to buy a luxury apartment in the Serbian capital Belgrade. Tabloid Alo reports that Ecclestone. the richest Croatian woman, visited Belgrade last weekend with her older daughter Tamara. The pair were attending some parties, visiting restaurants and looking for a property. According to the source Slavica Ecclestone met a property agent giving him an order to find her a luxury apartment for up to 300,000 pounds. One of her main conditions was privacy, she reportedly insisted there needs to be a direct elevator from the garage to the apartment. Slavica, whose mother and brother live in Rijeka, Croatia, likes the Serbian capital Belgrade because of its nightlife. Among the parties she visited with her daughter Tamara last weekend there was the one for the world famous tennis star Ana Ivanovic and another spent chilling out with Balkan folk star singer Haris Dzinovic and his wife.
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