From the article:
Miss Porter’s is no ordinary school. It’s where Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis went, in addition to many other famous debutantes and beauties, such as Gloria Vanderbilt, Lilly Pulitzer, Brenda Frazier, Barbara Hutton, Edith Beale (the “Little Edie” of Grey Gardens), and actress Gene Tierney, as well as numerous young ladies with the last names Rockefeller, Auchincloss, Bouvier, Biddle, Bush, Havemeyer, Forbes, and Van Rensselaer, not to mention heiresses to the fortunes generated by a supermarket-aisleful of iconic American products, including one brand of breakfast cereal (Kellogg’s), three meats (the Raths of Iowa and the Swifts and Armours of Chicago), and the world’s most famous dough (Pillsbury). (Full disclosure: my mother, Anne Peretz, was class of ’56.)
Um, most importantly, guess who else goes there? VICTORIA DE LESSEPS, DAUGHTER OF REAL HOUSEWIFE ROYALTY.