|Tenure since 27 March 2004|
Heir Arthur Sackville-West
|Name Robert 7th|
Titles Baron Sackville
|Born 10 July 1958 (age 57) (1958-07-10) |
Issue Freya Sackville-WestArthur Sackville-WestEdie Sackville-West
Spouse Catherine Bennett (m. 1985)
Parents Hugh Rosslyn Inigo Sackville-West, Bridget Eleanor Cunliffe
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Books The Disinherited: A Story of, Inheritance: The Story of Knole, Knole (Kent)
Robert Bertrand Sackville-West, 7th Baron Sackville DL (born 10 July 1958) is a British publisher, author and guardian of Knole House in Kent, which has been a Sackville house for 400 years and is now owned by the National Trust.
The eldest son of Hugh Rosslyn Inigo Sackville-West and Bridget Eleanor Cunliffe, he inherited the title of Baron Sackville on 27 March 2004 on the death of his uncle, Lionel Bertrand Sackville-West, 6th Baron Sackville.
Sackville-West was educated at Winchester College and read History at Magdalen College, Oxford. He later gained an MBA at the London Business School before working as a management consultant. In 1984, he founded Toucan Books, of which he is now Chairman, a packaging company which has worked with publishers on both sides of the Atlantic for more than three decades.
He was a Governor of Sevenoaks School from 1995 until 2008, serving as Chairman from 2002. He is currently a Governor of the Knole Academy in Sevenoaks and a member of the International Baccalaureate UK board. He is also the executive Chairman of several Sackville family businesses associated with property, works of art and heritage assets.
Marriages and children
He married first Catherine Dorothea Bennett in 1985 (marriage dissolved 1992), who has written against the Peerage system and what she considers the privileges of the nobility. He secondly married Margot Jane MacAndrew in 1994. With his second wife he has three children:
He is the author of two highly regarded books on the story of his family.