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Eliza Reid, the First Lady of Iceland, on the bizarre reality of "being known as somebody's partner"

By Mosha Lundström Halbert

Photo: Saga Sig

Eliza Reid went from small farming town outside of Ottawa, Canada, to First Lady of Iceland. And in the process decided to she wanted to have something to say rather than be seen as "somebody's human accessory". So since 2016, she has been talking about everything from “stigma-free sexuality” to “claiming the corporate purse-strings”. In this intimate chat and photo shoot, Vogue Scandinavia steps inside the official residence to listen to what Reid has to say

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