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Isabella Stewart Gardner, the irrepressible art collector and Boston socialite, would be proud of the lush gardens in her Fenway museum today.
However, some people think the dog looks like another socialite.
Cooper is the son of socialite Gloria Vanderbilt and part heir to the family’s colossal fortune.
Cooke is the socialite daughter of Jack Kent Cooke, the late Washington NFL owner.
In 1936, Edward VIII famously abdicated from the throne to marry Wallis Simpson, an American socialite who was not only divorced, but also still married to her second husband during the couple's love affair.
The Hollywood Hills West address where late socialite and writer-producer Bunny Stivers made her home for decades is for sale at $6.495 million.
In addition to the usual panoply of royals and socialites, the group that gathered there included Freud, Satie, Bonnard, Degas, Colette, Cocteau and Cole Porter.
Other versions include Deborah Domaine, another socialite and the niece of Priscilla Rich, and Barbara Ann Minerva, an archaeologist who becomes Cheetah after participating in a tribal ritual.
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Definition of socialite for English Language Learners
: someone who is well-known in fashionable society and is often seen at parties and other social events for wealthy people
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