Georgina Bloomberg, the daughter of billionaire Michael Bloomberg, is an animal rights activist who has called her own father's record on animal welfare a 'failure'.
But Georgina is now dating a hunting enthusiast - raising eyebrows among animal lovers in New York City.
The use of future tense creates a sense of inevitability about the character's actions, as if she's telling her own fortune.
But her ability to predict the future seems to have less to do with clairvoyance than with past experience.
But for me, reading a second-person narrative has always seemed more like being privy to someone's internal monologue than like being told what I, personally, am thinking and doing.
The use of second-person simply gives the reader a more intimate look at the character's experience and thought process.
But Georgina's enthusiasm for animal rights doesn't seem to inhibit her relationship with Arruza.
She posted photos on Wednesday, writing: 'Happy Birthday to the best man Jasper and I have both ever known.'Georgina, who is a professional equestrian, has a three-year-old son named Jasper with Argentine horseman Ramiro Quintana.
She's also expressed hope in getting Donald Trump's administration on board with animal causes, citing Eric Trump's wife Lara as a 'good friend'.'She does a lot of dog rescue so I’m sort of counting on her to get some animal causes into the White House,' she said at during a Humane Society benefit.
"They were perched on bar stools but must have been very comfortable because even after all the other customers had left and the barman locked the doors, they stayed behind," the source says.
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What’s billionaire heiress and equestrian Georgina Bloomberg been up to these days?
Well, mostly the usual — riding horses, being a billionaire heiress, and dating an oil company COO.