Did you ever wish you were born filthy rich? Then consider the following true-life tales of heiresses who might, in hindsight, have spit out their silver spoons.
Born into the Guinness family, Ivana Lowell seemingly had every advantage and connection society could offer: her grandmother's parties were attended by the Queen Mum, her mother's husbands included artist Lucian Freud and poet Robert Lowell. And her mother was none nother than novelist Lady Caroline Blackwood. All privileges aside, genetics, absent parenting, and hiddden family truths resulted in Ms. Lowell's erratic upbringing and unfortuante abuse. The autobiography is a fierce patchwork of self-discovery.