The present Duke of Beaufort (11th) and his progeny are among the dwindling descendants in the male line of the House of Lancaster from the House Plantagenet. The Earl of Worcester is a musician, farmer, and surveyor and is married to environmentalist and former actress Tracy-Louise Ward (sister of actress Rachel Ward), with whom he has three children.
As the elder son of The Lord Worcester, The Lord Glamorgan stands to one day inherit up to ₤200 million of property and investments, including the magnificent Badminton Estate, home of the world-famous Badminton Horse Trials and the site where the game of badminton was invented.
Little is publicized about the young earl, who is known as “Bobby Worcester” and is presumably finishing his education. One day soon, he will be considered one of England’s most eligible bachelors. He has one brother, The Lord Alexander “Xan” Somerset, who is approximately 15 and therefore also single.
Badminton House, Badminton, Gloucestershire GL9 1DB
ThePeerage.com - http://www.thepeerage.com/p1018.htm#i10173
Burke’s Peerage, 107th Edition - http://www.burkespeerage.com/Search/FullRecord.aspx?ID=912
Cracroft's Peerage - http://www.cracroftspeerage.co.uk/online/
VisiWiki - http://viswiki.com/en/Tracy_Louise_Ward
The Badminton Estate - http://www.badmintonestate.co.uk/About_us.html
The DiCamillo Companion - http://www.dicamillocompanion.com/houses_detail.asp?ID=121