Today, the grieving widow of a multi-millionaire property tycoon told how her heartbroken was at his sudden death eight weeks after they were married.

Vivek Chhadha, 33, had close links to Conservative Party greats. He ran the multi-million-pound Nine Group which has extensive property, hotel, and other interests.

He mysteriously fell to his death at a central London address early Sunday morning, hours after he was seen partying at Annabel’s nightclub on Saturday night.

Today, his widow, former model Stuttee Chhadha, 29, wept as she told MailOnline: I’m still in enormous shock and devastated. 

“I have not been able to respond to the overwhelming number of messages of sympathy sent to me, because at the moment, I have nothing to say. There are no words that can express my pain.

Mr Chadha got married two months ago in a lavish Sikh wedding at the five-star JW Marriott Grosvenor House hotel on London’s Park Lane. The ceremony culminated in a week filled with festivities.

MailOnline was told by Stuttee that they have been together for three-years.

Only two months ago, Vivek Chadha married Stuttee Chadha, 29, in a glamorous ceremony the five-star JW Marriott Grosvenor House hotel, on London's Park Lane that culminated in a week of festivities

Vivek Chadha wed Stuttee Chadha (29), two months ago. The glamorous ceremony took place at the five-star JW Marriott Grosvenor House hotel in London’s Park Lane. It was a week of celebrations that culminated with Vivek getting married.

Vivek Chadha, pictured with former Prime Minister Theresa May in 2019, enjoyed close links to Conservative Party grandees and ran the multi-million-pound Nine Group, which had extensive hotel and property interests

Vivek Chadha is pictured in 2019 with former Prime Minister Theresa May. He had close connections to Conservative Party greats and ran the multimillion-pound Nine Group which had extensive property and hotel interests.

Friends revealed that the family has not been informed as to the exact reasons for Mr Chadha's death (pictured Mr Chadha with ex-PM David Cameron at 10 Downing Street)

Friends revealed to me that Mr Chadha’s family has not been informed about the exact causes of his death (pictured Mr Chadha and ex-PM David Cameron at the 10 Downing Street).

She said that it was not a good time for Vivek’s family. We are still not able to accept the sudden death of Vivek. It hasn’t even begun to sink in.

Given his age and the fact that Mr Chadha did not have any underlying health issues, there will likely be a post-mortem. However, sources close to him suggested that it was natural causes.

Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, his grieving widow sobbed: 'There are no words to describe what has happened. I'm in shock and still trying to make sense of it'

His grieving widow spoke exclusively to MailOnline and said, “There are no words that can describe what has happened.” I am still trying to make sense of the situation.

It is still unknown exactly where Mr Chadha died, but it has been confirmed that it was not at the central London residence.

Stuttee said, “I can’t tell where he died because that’s a very personal matter.”

A source close to Mr Chadha stated that he didn’t die at his London address, but at another place when it occurred. We are still waiting to find out the exact details of what happened.

Accounts from Companies House up to December 31, 2019 reveal that his business, Nine Estates Limited, made £2.5million in revenue over the previous two years, with a £1.3million gross profit.

Nine Group owns four hotels, including the four-star London 02 Arena Hotel as well as four Holiday Inn franchises.

The firm also owns a pub – the Halt & Pull in Horley, Surrey – and recently struck a franchising deal with restaurant chain Pizza Hut.

Stuttee’s family and friends are comforting him, as well as Mr Chadha’s parents Gursharan (61) and Jasbir (58), at their country home in Iver Buckinghamshire. 

Jasbir cried, “We are in total shock and we can’t say anything about Vivek or his achievements.” There will be a moment when we will pay our respects to him, but right now it’s not the right time. We are in too much pain.

Mr Chadha split his time between London and Buckinghamshire.

In 2015, Mr Chadha donated £100,000 for a Mahatma Gandhi statute in Parliament Square, an initiative that was backed by William Hague and George Osborne

In 2015, Mr Chadha donated £100,000 for a Mahatma Gandhi statute in Parliament Square, an initiative that was backed by William Hague and George Osborne

Tributes and messages of condolences poured in following the news of Mr Chadha's death

Following the tragic news of Mr Chadha’s passing, condolences and tributes were pouring in. 

He was a frequent visitor to Conservative Party functions, where he rubbed shoulders with former Prime Ministers David Cameron & Theresa May.

In 2015, he donated £100,000 for a Mahatma Gandhi statute in Parliament Square, an initiative that was backed by William Hague and George Osborne.

In 2017, Mr Chadha received the Rising Star award at the Young Entrepreneur of the Years awards in recognition of the work he did.

After graduating in civil engineering from the University of Bristol in 2010, he co-founded the Nine Group with his father, making it one of the most successful private hotel companies in the UK.

It currently owns 18 hotels in the country and has more than 800 employees.