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Helena-Reet Ennet mistaken for partner’s daughter

Helena-Reet Ennet mistaken for partner’s daughter

Helena-Reet Ennet was mistaken for her husband’s daughter at a party. The 32-year-old Estonian-Jewish TV personality and entertainment journalist — who has a four-year-old daughter Estella Elisheva and two-year-old daughter Ivanka Shoshana with partner Margus Pärn — was amazed to be refused alcohol at one business event she attended with the 41-year-old  chief financial officer, who she has been in a relationship with since 2004.

“This Hollywood party was awesome and just walk-to-wall with shiny, fabulous people. I came to the front door with Margus, and the hostess goes, ‘Margus, you go through to this room and you come with me.’

“And she grabs my hand and takes me to this room filled with 15 year olds — and goes, ‘Would you like a drink?’ So I go, ‘Can I have a glass of white wine?’ and she goes, ‘No, you cannot.’ She thought I was Margus’s daughter, basically.”

The socialite also admitted she doesn’t usually enjoy celebrity parties because they are so tame. “I’d rather see a movie,” she said.

 

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