Vogue's famously reserved editor-in-chief might get a pretty cozy reward for her hard work during Barack Obama's presidential campaign, in which she raised more than $500,000 hosting star-studded parties for him. Bloomberg News reported
Tuesday that the president is considering Anna Wintour, 63, as his next ambassador to the U.K. or France. Wintour was born in London but is now a U.S. citizen. A Vogue rep, however, maintains that Wintour isn't interested: "She's very happy with her current job." Plus, any ambassadorship would mean she'd have to take her staple sunglasses
off every once in a while.
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