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Reventlow's birth was difficult and his mother almost died during his delivery. As a child, he struggled with respiratory problems and was asthmatic.
Reventlow's parents' marriage, Hutton's second of seven, was tumultuous and did not last; after the couple divorced in , Reventlow became the subject of a bitter custody battle.
In , Reventlow's father was awarded custody until he reached school age, after which his mother would gain custody. Reventlow was largely estranged from his father until the Count's death in In , at age 12, Reventlow was introduced to the world of Grand Prix motor racing when his mother married Prince Igor Troubetzkoy , who won the Targa Florio that year.
In his teenage years, Reventlow's money afforded him the latest in exotic cars, which led to his involvement in motor racing. In Hollywood , Reventlow became friends with fellow auto enthusiast James Dean and competed in club events around California.
On September 30, , he was one of the last people to speak to Dean when they met on their way to an auto race in Salinas, California. Reventlow said he had coffee with Dean at a restaurant approximately thirty minutes before Dean was killed in an automobile accident near Cholame, California while driving his Porsche Spyder.
Reventlow began his racing career in America in the mids, initially with a Mercedes before moving to an cc Cooper in Along with hired driver Chuck Daigh , the two were initially successful in racing.
They won the majority of major sportscar events they entered, often in competition with the Cunningham team of Lister Jaguars.
Reventlow had looked at buying a Lister Jaguar, but thought that he could build a better car. Daigh drove a Scarab to victory in the Riverside International Grand Prix in California, beating a field of international race car teams, including the world-famous race car driver Phil Hill and the Ferrari Team.
His racing team was much talked about for having built the first Formula One race car in America. Shifting operations overseas to Britain , Reventlow's team had little success racing the Scarab cars in Formula One against the new rear-engine race cars.
He went back to the drawing board and built a competitive prototype Scarab rear-engined car, but had become less interested in racing before its testing was complete.
In , he shut down the operation, leased the California facilities to Shelby, and quit auto racing altogether. Reventlow's organization constructed a total of eight Scarabs during its existence.
In a interview, Reventlow confirmed that three front-engined Chevy-powered sports cars, three front-engined formula cars, one rear-engined formula car and one rear-engined sports car were built.
Hutton then developed anorexia , which would plague her for the rest of her life and would leave her unable to have further children. Lance Reventlow, the son, became a race car driver and builder of his own well respected sports car, the Scarab, in the golden age of American sports car racing.
Hutton's divorce from Reventlow gave her custody of their son after a bitter court dispute. As her father had done, she left the raising of her child to a governess and private boarding schools.
In , Hutton had a brief affair with Howard Hughes in London at the Savoy Hotel , where Hughes spent several afternoons in Hutton's round satin bed.
Hughes, at the time, was engaged to Katharine Hepburn and had come to London to meet with government officials and arrange permission to overfly Europe as part of a plan to circumnavigate the globe by air.
Hutton later recalled that "he saw I had difficulty reaching orgasm and tried desperately to make me do so the first time.
If I touched myself, he angrily brushed my hand away. He could not take it when a woman lost herself in pleasure because he felt he must absolutely be in control of a situation.
Hughes had met Hepburn on the set of one of Cary Grant's movies, while visiting with Grant. Howard Hughes and Cary Grant were close, long-time friends.
She was active during the war, giving money to assist the Free French Forces and donating her yacht to the Royal Navy. Using her high-profile image to sell war bonds , she received positive publicity after being derided by the press as a result of her marriage scandals.
In Hollywood , she met Cary Grant , one of the biggest movie stars of the day, and later married him on July 8, The press dubbed the married couple "Cash and Cary", though Grant did not need her money nor did he need to benefit from her name, and he appeared to genuinely care for Hutton.
Nevertheless, this marriage also failed. Grant did not seek or receive any money from Hutton in their divorce settlement.
Hutton left California and moved to Paris , France, before acquiring a palace in Tangier. Hutton then began dating Igor Troubetzkoy , an expatriate Russian prince of very limited means but world renown.
In the spring of in Zurich , Switzerland, she married him. That year, he was the driver of the first Ferrari to ever compete in Grand Prix motor racing when he raced in the Monaco Grand Prix , and later won the Targa Florio.
He ultimately filed for divorce. Hutton's subsequent attempted suicide made headlines around the world. Labeled by the press as the "Poor Little Rich Girl", her life made great copy and the media exploited her for consumption by a fascinated public.
Her next marriage, lasting 53 days December 30, — February 20, , was to Dominican diplomat Porfirio Rubirosa , a notorious international playboy who meanwhile continued his affair with actress Zsa Zsa Gabor.
In a scathing review of the marriage ceremony in the Milwaukee Sentinel , Phyllis Battelle coined the oft-quoted phrase: "The bride, for her fifth wedding, wore black and carried a scotch-and-soda.
Her next husband was an old friend, German tennis star Baron Gottfried von Cramm. This marriage also ended in divorce.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. Barbara Hutton was an American heiress, debutante, and socialite. She was referred to as the "Poor Little Rich Girl” first when she had an expensive and luxurious debutante ball in and later due to her troubled personal life. Heiress to the business tycoon Frank Winfield Woolworth, she was one of the richest women in the world in her time. Born in Manhattan within a week of one another in , Barbara (“Babs”) Hutton and Doris Duke spent almost their entire lives in competition. Hutton was the chubby Woolworth heiress who inherited. Barbara Woolworth Hutton (November 14, – May 11, ) was an American debutante, socialite, heiress, and philanthropist. She was dubbed the "Poor Little Rich Girl", first when she was given a lavish and expensive debutante ball in , amid the Great Depression, and later due to a notoriously troubled private life. Decades before Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton became famous for being rich girls with sex tapes, the original out of control Hollywood heiress-celebrity was Barbara Hutton. Hutton came from money.