The Daily Mail reported on the latest stage of the divorce between Li Quan and her husband Stuart Bray. The couple are in a prolonged dispute following estrangement over their charity, Save China’s Tigers. The charity has helped re-wild a number of the animals. The couple have remained living together in their shared home during the course of the divorce.
Speaking on Li’s behalf, Ayesha Vardag, represents her in the divorce said “It has been an extremely difficult time for my client, especially as they are still living under the same roof.”
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