Diletant.media publishes a selection of scandalous daughters of rich people.
Paris Hilton is a famous millionaire, heiress of the Hilton hotel empire, which she could not have become. After all, the founder of the Hilton hotel business, Paris’s great-grandfather Konrad Hilton, after his death, left an inheritance not to his family, but bequeathed to charitable foundations and the Catholic Church. But after litigation the hotel empire was won back by the heirs. Very little is known about the formation of scandalous celebrities. Her friends claim that very often Paris Hilton cannot correctly spell their names.
The heroine of many sex scandals several times headed the ratings of some of the most poorly-fashioned fame. Although, the high positions of such hit-couples may have been based on the fact that Paris Hilton wanted to be seen naked, and not fashionably dressed. Hugh Höfner, owner of Playboy magazine, offered $ 1,000,000 Paris Hilton and Nicole Ricci for a nude photo session for the magazine. But as it turned out in reality, the owner of the PlayBoy promised this amount to Nicole if she persuaded Paris to take off her clothes for the magazine.
All life Hiilton pursue sex scandals. Every her man considers it necessary to put her intimate photos to all on display. At the age of 18, Paris Hilton for the first time "sexually outraged." On a video posted online by an unknown person, they did everything they wanted with a young girl. After such a scandal, the girl promised that no one else would see her naked body and refused to appear in many commercials, films, etc. - where it was necessary to advertise underwear, or had to act in a bathing suit.
Paris Hilton has published her own biography. The book was published under the title “Confessions of a Brawler”, where on 178 pages the famous millionaire talks about her life, talks about her own views on love and life, and gives various advice to young girls about how to behave. The book also contains a lot of personal photos of Paris. In addition to the book, Hilton has created its own eponymous fragrance and jewelry collection.
The famous TV presenter Ksenia Anatolievna Sobchak was born in St. Petersburg on November 5, 1981. Father - the author of the current Constitution of the Russian Federation, the first mayor of post-Soviet St. Petersburg (headed the city from 1991 to 1996), Anatoly Sobchak. Mother - senator from the Republic of Tuva since 2002, former State Duma deputy Lyudmila Narusova.
Known Ksenia Sobchak became in 16 years. It was then that she hit the pages of Russian tabloids. One of the first news about the girl was the message that she was abducted. Later there were publications about her wedding. Her parents tried in every way to protect her daughter from the attacks of the press.
Having moved to Moscow, Sobchak began to shine on all sorts of social events. For her almost immediately entrenched regalia "socialite". The girl's mother, Lyudmila Narusova, said that the shocking Sobchak originated in her childhood. The woman was sure that her daughter’s secularism was temporary, that soon it would pass. Like she said in various interviews at the beginning of the zero years.
Xenia really wanted to be popular, and, not hiding behind the loud name of her father, but to achieve fame on her own.
Nicole Camille Escovedo was born in Berkeley (California, USA) in a Mexican family. Her own mother worked as an assistant to Lionel Richie, and her father played in his group. When Nicole was two years old, her own father died, Lionel Richie and his wife Brenda Harvey-Richie took her to their family. When she was 9 years old, Richie officially adopted Nicole. Nicole still communicates with her own mother. Nicole's godparents are Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones.
As a child, Nicole was engaged in figure skating, she learned to play the guitar, cello, violin and piano. Richie graduated from The Buckley School at Sherman Oaks and spent two years at the Faculty of Arts and Mass Media at the University of Arizona.
In February 2003, Nicole Richie was arrested in Malibu, California. She was charged with possession of heroin and driving a car with revoked rights.
On December 11, 2006, Richie was again arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs. She admitted to using marijuana and potent painkillers, but did not plead guilty to the charges. At a July 27 court hearing, Richie was sentenced to four days in prison. She was also sentenced to a fine and a three-year trial period. On August 23, 2007, Richie arrived at Linwood Prison to serve her term, but was released 82 minutes later due to overcrowding and the non-violent nature of the crime for which she was convicted.
Ivanka Marie Trump was born on October 30, 1981 in New York (USA) in a family of businessmen Donald and Ivana Trump, her parents were married in 1977-1992. Ivanka has two siblings, the eldest and the younger, Donald John Trump Jr. and Eric Frederick Trump, as well as father-in-law sister and brother Tiffany Ariana Trump and Barron William Trump.
A long-standing family photo that captured Donald Trump and his fifteen-year-old daughter Ivanka caused a scandal around their family. The father and daughter are depicted on it sitting on a statue of mating parrots. Already an adult Ivanka sits in the arms of her father and gently strokes his chin.
This photo is one of several photographs taken by Vanity Fair photographers many years ago on the Trump estate in Mar-a-Lago, Florida. This picture gave an impetus to the rumors that there was a relationship between the daughter and the father that were not inherent in normal families.
Princess Margaret Rose (born Margaret Rose Windsor; August 21, 1930 - February 9, 2002) is a member of the royal family of Great Britain, the younger sister of the reigning Queen Elizabeth II.
Princess Margaret was born on August 21, 1930 in the castle of Glamis, in Scotland. She was the youngest daughter of George VI and Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon. The princess was baptized in the chapel of Buckingham Palace. Her godfather became Edward VIII, and the godmother Ingrid, nee Princess of Sweden, Queen of Denmark a few years later. In 1936, her uncle Edward VIII abdicated the throne because of the love of a divorced woman of ignoble origin, and Father Margaret becomes king. Throughout her childhood, she was brought up with her sister by her mentors. During World War II, Margaret remained at Windsor Palace despite numerous bombings in London.
In 1953, Princess Margaret met with Captain Peter Townsend. Although he is not a nobleman, Peter is in the Royal Air Force of Great Britain, so he is admitted to Buckingham Palace and to the royal family. Meanwhile, he is divorced and has children, which makes it impossible to marry Princess Margaret: the Anglican Church and royal traditions forbid marriage to a divorced person. In order to marry a captain, Princess Margaret would have to, in accordance with the rules of the royal court, reach 25 years of age, give up her royal title and the cost of maintaining it. After several years of a passionate romance being discussed by the whole country, Margaret publicly announces her break with Peter “in view of her responsibilities towards her country.”
Margaret belongs to the London elite and becomes the goal of the paparazzi of her time, because of her advantageous position and unusual behavior for a member of the royal family. She is noticed in the company of John Turne, who later becomes the Prime Minister of Canada.
In 1960, on May 6, she is married to Anthony Armstrong-Jones, a photographer granted to the nobility and given the title Lord Snowdon and Viscount Linley.
Two children are born from this marriage:
David Armstrong-Jones, Viscount Linley, born November 3, 1961.
Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones, born May 1, 1964.
In 1978, the Count and Countess of Snowdon divorced.
Margaret was called “the rebellious princess” because of her scandalous behavior: she becomes a regular at London clubs and willingly appears in the company of rockers with a glass of alcohol and a long mouthpiece in her hand. Since the eighties, she has serious health problems. The press states that it smokes up to 60 cigarettes per day and is keen on gin.
In 2002, Margaret dies from apoplexy.