In 1931, Charlie Chaplin’s film City Lights turned 20-year-old newcomer Virginia Cherril into the most famous girl in the world.  She went on to become the adored first wife who broke Cary Grant’s heart when she left him; she turned down the very eligible Maharajah of Jaipur to befriend his Indian wife; and in the 1940s she became the Countess of Jersey. All that eluded her was love.  And when she found it, she gave up everything she had to marry a handsome, Polish flying ace whose dream it was to become a cowboy.  Illustrated with black and  white photographs.