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Ramsay owns the firm making the show, so he'll be lining his pockets thanks to struggling communities and their generosity in allowing these poor little rich kids to hang out with them.
In Poor Little Rich Kids? The Determinants of the Intergenerational Transmission of Wealth, the academics from Texas, Sweden and Ireland conclude the children of rich parents become wealthy, too, not "primarily because children from wealthier families are inherently more talented or more able but that, even in relatively egalitarian Sweden, wealth begets wealth."
It was like the annual reunion of Oxford University's Bullingdon Club for poor little rich kids.
Poor little rich kids! The Unicef survey shows us lagging behind in terms of relative poverty and deprivation, the quality of our children's relationships with their parents and peers, child health and safety, behaviour and risk-taking and young people's own sense of well-being.
The 19-year-old Londoner is one of a batch of poor little rich kids featured on ITV's fly on the wall documentary looking at how the other half live.
While football fans may have little sympathy for what they see as poor little rich kids, Adams knows all about the pitfalls of fame, fortune and alcohol.
If Lisa Marie wins the battle for Graceland she will join an elite club of poor little rich kids.
Since the abduction in Rome of Paul Getty III in 1973, when his kidnappers sliced off his right ear, it has become the fate of Europe's poor little rich kids to live in the shadows.