Secret deal is no more a secret? The Royals tied locks a secret deal with Dr. Hon, the business tycoon.

Dr. Johnny Hon, a China-based entrepreneur, is, reportedly, paying thousands of pound to Zara Tindall and Sarah Ferguson.

Zara Anne Elizabeth Tindall, a member of the royal family, is the daughter of Princess Anne and Mark Phillips. She is the eldest granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II. She is a renounced Olympian. In the year 2006, she was proposed the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award by the British television public. The same award was won by her mother, Princess Anne, int the year 1971. In the year 2007, she was appointed as the Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE).

Sarah Margaret Ferguson is a film producer, British writer, charity patron, and a television personality. The former wife of Prince Andrew, Duke of York and the second son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip. Peter Pan, an eleven-minute production featurette, was hosted by Sarah in the year 2004. She was also seen making a cameo in Friends, the American television sitcom, in the year 1998. Being a writer, some of her notable books are ‘Budgie the little Helicopter’ (1989), “The Royal Switch’ (1997), ‘Dieting with The Duchess,’ and many more.

Sarah Ferguson and Dr. Johnny Hon

Recently, it has been reported by sources that Zara and Sarah introduced contacts and gave advice to Dr. Johnny Hon in exchange for cash. A sum of $361,110 (Rs. 2,13,56,400) was given to Sarah Ferguson from a firm of his along with $86,666 (Rs. 61,56,973) retainer against a position o a non-executive director at a firm investment company of his. When asked, Dr. Hon told that the main role of Fergie’s was to introduce him to a few people of Hong Kong (as reported by the Daily Mail).

Dr. Johnny Hon

Zara Tindall, on the other hand, received a sum of $1,20,370 (Rs. 85,51,352) a year against a non-executive position, as per the reports. Reportedly, Zara was appointed as an adviser for horse racing at the sports investment arm. Tindall’s lawyer eventually denied the allegations and commented on it as “wholly untrue.” A piece of evidence provided by the Daily Mail proved the deals she has with Dr. Hon.