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Charles Ronald George Nall-Cain, 3rd Baron Brocket (born 12 February 1952), also known as Charlie Brocket, is a peer and television presenter in the United Kingdom.

An Old Etonian, Brocket served in the 14th/20th King's Hussars as a Lieutenant in Cyprus and Northern Ireland. He became known as a playboy, and collected classic cars, once owning forty-two Ferraris, which he became known for in the eighties and early 1990s. Convicted for insurance fraud in relation to the "theft of part of his Ferrari collection" he served a sentence in prison. In 2004 he was a contestant on the third series of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!. Finishing in fourth place, his new found fame made him a popular TV celebrity, making almost £1 million in offers.This seemingly was his entry back into society. His autobiography, Call Me Charlie, was published in hardback in September, coming in the Top 10 Best Sellers list of 2004. He hosted the ITV game show Scream! If You Want to Get Off and presented Privates Exposed, a behind the scenes programme for ITV's Bad Lads Army, on ITV2.

Brocket's parents were Ronald Nall-Cain and Elizabeth Trotter. His father died when Brocket was nine years old. The title of Baron Brocket passed to him at the age of fifteen on the death of his grandfather, Arthur Nall-Cain, 2nd Baron Brocket, at which point he inherited Brocket Hall, which was in a bad state of repair. He converted his home into a hotel and conference venue. Today he still owns the hall in Hertfordshire through a trust which leases it to a German consortium. The lease expires after fifty years.

Brocket has married twice, former Vogue model Isabell Maria Lorenzo (1982-1994), by whom he has three children: Alex Nall-Cain, Antalya and William, and Harriet Warren, whom he wed on 24 June 2006 and with whom he has a daughter Amelia. Along with his son, he is featured in one edition of a factual TV series for Five, Dangerous Adventures For Boys, based on the best-selling book written by Conn and Hal Iggulden, The Dangerous Book for Boys.

Peerage of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Arthur Nall-Cain
Baron Brocket
1967–Present
Succeeded by
Current Incumbent
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