An aristocrat who says he and his estranged wife should fight over money in a Scottish court instead of an English one has lost a Supreme Court battle.
Charles and Emma Villiers, who separated after 18 years of marriage, are divorcing in Scotland. However, they disagree about whether the case should be heard in an English or Scottish court.
Mr Villiers says that because divorce proceedings are taking place in Scotland, any fight over money should also take place in Scotland.
Emma Villiers, who now lives in England, opposes this.
Supreme Court justices ruled against Mr Villiers after analysing the dispute at a Supreme Court hearing in London.
A judge based in the Family Division of the High Court in London began considering the dispute in 2015.
Mrs Justice Parker said any fight over the division of money should take place in England.