This past weekend, Paula and Leon Rosenberg took a break from her intense work and stressful and busy routine, and flew together for a couple's vacation in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Even before the couple reached their destination, Paula shared on her Instagram account, where she has 79,<> followers, about the pre-flight escort service they purchased. One of her followers was exposed to a series of stories on the subject, and contacted her in private messages in which she wondered why the service in question was not included in the business flight she assumed she had purchased. This question caused the opinionated TV host to clarify once and for all her financial situation.
Paula Rosenberg's story // Screenshot from Instagram
"Because the service is called VIP, I thought it was for the rich only, but voila, if you take it into account as part of the travel expenses, it's worth the savings in waiting in my opinion," Rosenberg wrote in one of the stories that triggered that message. "We really aren't one of the usually pampered, but there's no doubt that we got on the flight much more relaxed thanks to the shorter long line," she noted.
"It seems like a perfect trip, and it's great to have a good time, but I don't fully understand this service. Does it really shorten the queue? Isn't there a shortened queue anyway for everyone flying first class?" the follower wrote to Rosenberg. "We fly economy class, I've never even flown on business," the 46-year-old presenter replied.
In a screenshot of Paula's correspondence, Rosenberg added: "I didn't understand why people thought we were rich. A morning program and lectures are a nice livelihood, no complaints! But in order to fly in business, I think you need a nice fortune, or from many years of a very high salary, some kind of exit, to come from a wealthy/wealthy family or to receive a handsome inheritance." She emphasized: "Most of the time we fly low-cost, and it's all round! The main thing is to fly and have fun."
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