To be or not to be? That is the question faced every day by one couple from London who had the hugely famous Shakespeare phrase turned into two of the most prestigious number plates in the UK.
One number plate, placed on an Aston Martin , simply reads “2 BE” while the other – attached to a Range Rover Revere – reads “NOT 2B”.
And when the cars are parked in the driveway next to each other, they tend to gather a lot of attention from fascinated passersby.
The set of number plates are thought to belong to Robert Bourne and his wife Sally Greene, who park their cars outside their house in Cheyne Walk in Chelsea.
Robert is a property developer, entrepreneur and philanthropist with a vast property empire in London and France.
Sally is a theatre impresario who owns several venues in London and is the co-producer of Billy Elliot The Musical.
Earlier this month the DVLA’s record for the most expensive number plate was smashed when a Hindu man bought the KR15 HNA registration plate for a whopping £233,000.
Source: Irish Mirror