In 2015, Touker was asked to join the investors' panel on Dragons' Den and he has been a fixture on the show ever since. In 2015 The Sunday Times Rich List estimated Touker as having a fortune worth £150million.He has used part of his wealth to build what has been described as a "James Bond-style" house in south London.While the exact dates for the births of her children are disputed, there is academic consensus that the births of her five children —Şehzade Mehmed, Mihrimah Sultan, Şehzade Abdullah, Sultan Selim II and Şehzade Bayezid — occurred quickly over the next four to five years.Her joyful spirit and playful temperament earned her a new name, Hurrem, from Persian Khorram, "the cheerful one".According to late 16th-century and early 17th-century sources, such as the Polish poet Samuel Twardowski (died 1661), who researched the subject in Turkey, Hurrem was seemingly born to a father who was an Orthodox priest.In the 1520s, Crimean Tatars captured her during one of their frequent raids into Ruthenia.In this case, Süleyman not only broke the old custom, but created new tradition for the future Ottoman Sultans to marry with a formal ceremony and make their consorts have significant influence on the court, especially in matter of succession.Hurrem's salary was 2,000 aspers a day, making her one of the highest paid hasekis.
But who is the man behind the money, what is his net worth, is he married and does he have children? He is a multi-millionaire retail and fashion entrepreneur.She was "Haseki Sultan" (favorite of the Sultan) when her husband, Süleyman I, reigned as the Ottoman sultan.She achieved power and influenced the politics of the Ottoman Empire through her husband and played an active role in state affairs of the Empire.Süleyman married Hurrem in a magnificent formal ceremony, making him the first Ottoman Sultan to wed since Orhan Ghazi (reign 1326–1362), and violating a 200-year-old custom of the Ottoman imperial house according to which sultans were not to marry their concubines.
This title, used for a century, reflected the great power of imperial consorts (most of them were former slaves) in the Ottoman court, elevating their status higher than Ottoman princesses, and making them the equals of empresses consort in Europe.
Roxelana, called Hurrem Sultan, probably entered the harem around fifteen years of age.