November 8, 2011
Although they were siblings, the four children were more like cousins. The older two lived the glamorous life dictated by their father’s lifestyle. They lived in New York, London, San Francisco, depending on where The Magazine sent him. In every city, they’d have an elegant home. Their father was invited to all the best parties and knew all the best people. It was a giddy whirl, an education perhaps more valuable than the one they got in the best international schools. For the younger two, life could not have been more different. And not in a good way.