Aristocrat who offered dream job on private island lied to get a British visa, husband claims


Records are alleged to show that the Earl of Perthshire title does not actually exist. And although there is an Earl of Perth, members of his family insist that Lady Kristyna is not a relative.

They also said that Isla Drummond Hay, which lies 1,100 miles south of Santiago, does not belong to them.

Meanwhile Mr Lloyd, 34, from Colwyn Bay, has claimed that Lady Kristyna is in fact a secretary for a taxi firm. 

As their brief marriage broke down, he told the Mail on Sunday he had been deceived.

“I feel really embarrassed and I feel I can’t trust anyone any more,” he said.

“She definitely did this to get a visa. She has brought so much trouble, my mother has fallen ill.”

Mr Lloyd, a former Royal Engineer who served in Afghanistan, said his wife had first contacted him on the dating website Muddy Matches, revealing she lived in Australia and belonged to an aristocratic family in Perth.

She said she would come to the UK and they could live on her Scottish farm.

But when she did fly over, he claims he paid for her to stay at a hotel in Birmingham and that they never saw any of her relatives.


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