The Press: Kids

In London last week, Countess Barbara, the wife of Danish Count Court Haugwitz-Reventlow and her two-year-old son, Lance, were entrenched in Winfield House surrounded by doctors, lawyers, bankers and armed guards. In Paris, Father Franklyn Laws Hutton, ever anxious about the happiness of his "dear little girl," talked things over with her second titled husband. It was after such a conference last week that Count Haugwitz-Reventlow, waylaid by reporters in the Ritz Hotel, hissed through his teeth: "I detest reporters."

The Danish Count's reaction was not surprising. In marrying Barbara Hutton,...

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