Fam­ily Recipes

The Economic Times - - Companies & Economy -

The best way to con­quer a man’s heart is through his stom­ach. Per­haps. But when your wife de­cides to make it a busi­ness, then it’s a whole new sauce. Ask the boss of one of our favourite uni­corns and he may pri­vately vouch for that. Last heard, his wife had be­come a restau­ra­teur and was open­ing two out­lets in Sin­ga­pore. At a time when his al­ready frosty re­la­tion­ship with sharp-el­bowed share­hold­ers has reached its nadir, this seems quite a large dis­trac­tion. The grand­est shaadi of In­dia Inc is just a few months away, so the par­ties will start next week­end. And that means the scene has to move to Europe. If you’re among the lucky 500, then you get to fly on the fam­i­lies’ pri­vate jets to Lake Como. If not, then, like the next 200, you fly com­mer­cial. The De­cem­ber D-Day is in Udaipur and al­ready the en­tire city is booked out. Con­sid­er­ing the up­scale lake­side dis­trict by the Alps is back in the head­lines for be­ing the get­away of Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sus­sex, north­ern Italy is clearly the place to be for the global luxe set. We won­der, though, if the Beck­hams and Clooneys too have got save-the-date in­vites al­ready? Af­ter all, who doesn’t need glam neigh­bours?

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