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Castle of Love

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Castle of Love is a 2012 Kenyan film based on the true life events of British colonialist Lord Maurice Egerton.[1] The film was sponsored by the Kenya Film Commission and produced by Betty Kathungu Furet.

Lord Egerton, who was a member of the Egerton Family, built a splendid castle in Kenya's Njoro town, Nakuru County, for an Australian woman he had fallen in love with in an effort to woo her but she refused to marry him.

The massive mansion christened "Castle of Love" was built in 1952 and is located 14 kilometres from Nakuru town.[1] It's said that the unnamed Australian woman Lord Egerton had fallen in love with dismissed his first mansion as a "chickens coup" during her first visit, provoking him to go to great heights to build a massive castle in order to please her. The castle was reportedly built by Italian Masons and English architect Albert Brown and the materials shipped from Italy and England and once completed Egerton invited the woman again and she called it a "Dog's Kennel" and left for Australia where she married another British Lord.[2]


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Lord's castle of love and hate". The Standard. Retrieved 2021-11-19.
  2. Mutulu, Frank (2014-12-05). "Lord Egerton Castle: A Legacy Of Unrequited Love". AFKTravel. Retrieved 2021-11-19.

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