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Barbara Hutton (1912-1979)American socialite dubbed by the media as the "Poor Little Rich Girl" because of her troubled life.

Barbara Woolworth Hutton was an American socialite dubbed by the media as the Poor Little Rich Girl, 1942

photo candid Robert Sweeney (amatuer golfer) Barbara Hutton 1365-35

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photo candid Robert Sweeney (amatuer golfer) Barbara Hutton Money couldn't buy love for her

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Wedding of Barbara Hutton and Alexis Mdivani in Paris. Barbara Hutton heiratet den georgischen Prinzen Alexis Mdivani in Paris.

Barbara Hutton, 1939

Inside the World's Richest Rivalry: Doris Duke and Barbara Hutton

These dueling heiresses put Bette and Joan's Feud to shame. Born in Manhattan within a week of one another in Barbara (“Babs”) Hutton and Doris Duke spent almost their entire lives in competition.

Tiara Mania: Emerald Tiara worn by Barbara Hutton

Barbara Hutton's Emerald Tiara made by Cartier in 1947 using emeralds that belonged to Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna (Vladimir)

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Empress Farah Pahlavi of Iran; for On the occasion of her 1958 marriage to Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi of IranTiara Mania: Noor-ol-Ain Tiara

Barbara Hutton The poor little rich girl was one of Howard's girls

Barbara Hutton The poor little rich girl was one of Howard's girls

Barbara Woolworth Hutton was an American socialite, heiress and debutante, often dubbed "Poor Little Rich Girl" due to the fact that she was given a lavish and expensive debutante ball during the depression era and due to her troubled life.  Heiress to the retail tycoon Frank W. Woolworth, she endured a disturbed childhood that made it hard for her to form relationships. Seven times married, she acquired several grand foreign titles, but was cynically exploited by many of her husbands.

Barbara Woolworth Hutton (November 1912 – May was an American debutante/socialite, heiress and philanthropist. She was dubbed…

Barbara Hutton Princess Mdivani arriving at the Metropolitan Opera House, New York, in 1933, wearing her jade bead necklace.

Barbara Hutton Princess Mdivani arriving at the Metropolitan Opera House, New York, in wearing her jade bead necklace.

Barbara Hutton Woolworth Heiress In Suit Older Glamour Candid Photograph

Barbara Hutton leaves the Plaza Athenee in the arms of her chauffeur-secretary,"the only man who refused to marry her"

Barbara Woolworth Hutton was one of the wealthiest women in the world. In her later years insisted she be carried around everywhere by two burly attendants. When asked why, she replied "Why walk when I can pay for someone else to do it for me".

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