And they know her, because she's attractive and comes from money herself therefore she's been surrounded by 'socialites' her whole life.
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Not necessarily. I often remember that fame is just a matter of field in a lot of cases. Like I know who local radio DJ's are who are broke and barely hanging in at the bottom of the industry... but they're in the public view. On the other hand, I could not tell you who any of the top 5 lawyers in my city are (lying, i know one of them). They are far more successful in an industry with more pay and status... but... they're not public figures. So just because someone's business is public doesn't mean we should be in awe of them.
That said, if she made me feel inadequate in other ways, it would probably amplify it.0