A spy informs us that David Katzenberg, son of Dreamworks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg, is earning his keep by shuffling papers at Vanity Fair (quite the cushy gig, especially compared to his last stint as Mary-Kate Olsen's boyfriend). Meanwhile, former Vice-Presidential candidate John Edwards' daughter Cate is still toiling away at the mag as an editorial assistant. So that's two relatively young darlings who've managed to enter the holy temple of Vanity, both of whom are just coincidentally the spawn of the rich-and-powerful.
Now we'd never suggest that these bright young things got their jobs based on anything other than their own merit — Katzenberg, we hear, is a genius when it comes to profiling mid-century British socialites. But surely they're not the only children of the elite who have been hired to staple things at enviable publications.
So, we're asking you: Do tell us where these fortunate sons and daughters are slaving away like common folk. Who are the privileged interns and assistants, and where are they putting in those character-building hours?