Millionaire hotel tycoon, 33, collapses and dies weeks after glam wedding

A London property tycoon mysteriously died a few hours after partying into the early hours at a nightclub and just weeks after his fairytale wedding.

Vivek Chadha, 33, reportedly had ties to the Conservative Party and met with David Cameron at Downing Street while he was prime minister.

The young hotshot developer and multi-millionaire ran the hot ticket Nine Group, which owns dozens of hotels and major office spaces across the UK and employs more than 800 people.

Vivek married sweetheart Stuttee Chaddha, 29, in a lush Mayfair ceremony just two months ago, MailOnline reported.

Heartbroken Stuttee said: "There are no words to describe what has happened.

"I'm in shock and still trying to make sense of it.

"We only got married eight weeks ago and it was beautiful. Now I'm having to deal with the loss of the love of my life.

"I'm stunned and heartbroken."

It's not known how Vivek died, but those close to him said it was natural causes, with initial reports suggesting he had a heart attack.

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The source said: "He did not die at his central London address but was at another location when it happened.

"We don't know the full facts yet and are waiting to establish what exactly occurred."

Mum Jasbir, 58, said he was an ambitious and successful businessman with his whole future ahead of him.

She said: "We are in total shock and it's too early for us to say anything about Vivek and his achievements.

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"There will come a time when we will pay tribute to him but at the moment, it's too early for us. We are in too much pain."

Chadha had reportedly met previously with senior Conservative Party figures including Theresa May, David Cameron, George Osborne, and more.

In 2015 he gave £100k to fund a statue of Mahatma Gandhi at Parliament Square.

He founded the Nine Group alongside his father in 2012, having graduated two years earlier.

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