Though someone should actually be hired to do that for her.
Billionaire socialite Wilma “Billie” Tisch is suing a Florida gallery owner for trying to sell a $1 million Picasso that was stolen from her Manhattan home — sometime after December 2009, according to court papers. Tisch, 88, only recently discovered the 1928 portrait of the famed painter’s mistress Marie-Therese Walter was missing. The Miami gallery owner, Kenneth Hendel, is flabbergasted by the socialite’s belated realization. “When is too rich too rich to not notice you’re missing a Picasso for 10 years?” Hendel said. Forbes has pegged Tisch’s net worth at $1.41 billion. She last saw the 14-inch-by-7½-inch canvas in 2009 when she had it appraised by Christie’s while it was on display at her Fifth Avenue apartment, her suit says.