Rich women aren’t perfect: Fabiola Beracasa has wrinkly elbows

Reading Fabiola Beracasa’s bio you get a pretty good idea of how different life is for people born into money. Those of us not quite so fortunately born tend to look at these women sitting on top of the world with a little envy; but does it really make sense to envy someone who really never had to work for what they have no matter what they might try to argue? Sure they go to Harvard, and Yale, and Princeton and Stanford, but do you honestly think they got in because they are so much smarter than the average person? And yeah, some of them have jobs with impressive titles but come on, do you honestly think they earned their top position in their daddy’s company by being more qualified than the people who got passed over?

It’s pointless to envy these rich women who get handed everything on a silver platter, including the things they proudly claim they earn, like Ivanka Trump when she made the point of objecting to being compared to Paris Hilton with a statement to the effect:

“I work 13-hour days for my money.”

“I bought my house from my father — I have a mortgage, you know.”

Fabiola Beracasa bio

Full photo of Fabiola Beracasa attending the New Yorkers for Children annual fall gala snapped in a photo that shows she does have wrinkly elbows – not that having wrinkly elbows is the end of the world or anything but you can see that rich women are still subject to the same nuisance imperfections as poor…

Images: Sherly Rabbani and Josephine Solimene via

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