The Gilded Cage
The foreign born subject of this blind is probably permanent A list, even though many people may not be familiar with who she is.
I’ll call her Ms. N.
When she was younger, she had a super bright future.
Not only was she beautiful, but she was genius-level smart.
Ms. N’s beauty and intelligence got her on the radar of some powerful people who decided they wanted her to become a part of their family and family business. She was approached many times with offers to join this family firm, but turned all of them down.
This firm wanted her to join up with them in such a bad way that they even approached Ms. N’s family members, hoping that they would also pressure her to agree.
Ms. N’s father was particularly ruthless in pressuring his daughter to take this offer, since he wanted prestige and wealth for himself.
Eventually these combined campaigns finally convinced Ms. N. to agree to work for this family- and even worse, she was also convinced to marry one of their higher profile members.
This family was able to con Ms. N that this was an incredible offer and made promises of love, wealth, status and other opportunities which were pretty hard to resist.
As is always the case, the public facing image of this family is far different than the reality in private.
By the time Ms. N. realized the truth, it was too late to extricate herself from the situation.
This family exists in a strange bubble with bizarre traditions, many of which are rumored to include cruelty and violence.
Ms. N’s spouse, whose public image is that of a devoted husband, is also rumored to be a very volatile man in private.
Ms. N is said to have had a lot of problems with her health.
Insiders have whispered rumors for years that these health problems were actually miscarriages– not caused by infertility but by of physical violence inflicted on Ms. N. from both the husband and other relatives.
If the rumors are true, then this is some really disturbing stuff.
As you can imagine, this situation has taken a toll on Ms. N. mentally and physically over the years.
When she threatened to leave and expose this nightmare, the rumor is that her passport was taken away and she was confined to the family home.
Sometimes months would pass before anyone saw her.
When outsiders became concerned, they were told that Ms. N was mentally unstable, which continued for years.
After a long absence, Ms. N has recently surfaced publically again — and the rumors floating around are that she is about to break away from her awful situation once and for all.
And when it happens, count on it happening in a very public and ugly way.
The reason is because Ms. N is being aided by another foreign born A-list public figure, who I will call Ms. D.
Ms. D is involved in a similar family firm and recently befriended Ms. N., mostly because she noticed telltale signs that Ms. N was in crisis.
There is whispering that Ms. D is helping Ms. N formulate an escape plan.
Ms. D is flamboyant, high profile and well liked by the public.
She will have no problem blasting this story out into the public so that Ms. N gets MAXIMUM public sympathy.
And when that happens, those in Ms. N’s family organization will be thrown into such chaos that there could be some serious consequences as a result.
Ms. N: Crown Princess Masako of Japan
Husband: Naruhito, Crown Prince of Japan
Ms. D: Queen Maxima of the Netherlands
Splendid welcome for Queen Maxima in Japan as Princess Masako attends first state banquet in 11 years – 2014
Handshakes, beaming smiles and kisses set the tone for Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander’s state visit to Japan, which combined pomp and ceremony with the feeling of a meeting between family friends.
Arriving at the Imperial Palace at the start of a six-day trip, the Dutch royals were greeted warmly by Emperor Akihito and his wife Empress Michiko, both 80.
The Emperor’s daughter-in-law Princess Masako, wife of his son Crown Prince Naruhito, had paid their guests the ultimate compliment by wearing orange – the Dutch national colour. Her suit echoed Maxima’s own elegant choice of a Fifties-style day dress in burnt orange, with a bandeau head dress.
For many years Masako has suffered from a stress-induced nervous condition. So her high-profile participation in the welcome is a sign both of her improving health and her closeness to the Dutch royals.
In 2006, two years after Masako’s diagnosis, Willem-Alexander’s mother, formerly Queen Beatrix, invited the Japanese princess and her husband for a two-week holiday at her private estate, Het Loo Palace, in Apeldoorn. – Source