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The Look: The socialite's hair is pulled up off her face and adorned with a smattering of daisies. 23.
In that film, James works at an investment firm where Hitch helps him seduce attractive Manhattan socialite Allegra Cole.
According to The Telegraph, Jack is a socialite who manages Mayfair, a club Princess Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly frequent.
Trump and her friends appear to have been in Vegas to celebrate the birthday of one of her best pals, socialite and Just Drew designer Andrew Warren, who is often at Trump’s side when the paparazzi are around.
Tunney was born in New York the son of Connecticut socialite Polly Lauder Tunney and boxer Gene Tunney, the 1920s heavyweight champion whose two victories over Jack Dempsey were among the most renowned fights of the 20th century.
RocknRoll, 34, was previously married to British socialite Eliza Pearson and had no children from that relationship, while Winslet had Mia and Joe, one child from each of her marriages.
Through her main character, a wealthy socialite, Shafak, one of Turkey’s most acclaimed authors, explores the many tensions that exist in a society struggling toward modernity.
Other opposition candidates are expected to run, notably socialite Ksenia Sobchak, the daughter of Putin's mentor — but there is wide speculation that her candidacy is a Kremlin plot to split Navalny's support.
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