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Rebecca Arnott was born on the 3rd August 1978 to Councillor Carla Arnott of Kerlile. She was the eldest daughter of Carla, and as such immediately became the Arnott heir. Her sister, Claire, was born three years later. She was raised in Maytown, Kerlile, with the other descendants of members of the Council of Kerlile.
 
Rebecca Arnott was born on the 3rd August 1978 to Councillor Carla Arnott of Kerlile. She was the eldest daughter of Carla, and as such immediately became the Arnott heir. Her sister, Claire, was born three years later. She was raised in Maytown, Kerlile, with the other descendants of members of the Council of Kerlile.
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==Early Career==
 
  
 
Arnott did not attend university, instead working for the Council visiting Kerlian embassies across the [[International Democratic Union]] to report to the Council the effectiveness of the ambassadors and their staff. She did this for two years, then began working in the Kerlian foreign ministry until the death of her mother by suicide when she was 26, in 2002. She then succeeded her mother as Councillor Arnott.
 
Arnott did not attend university, instead working for the Council visiting Kerlian embassies across the [[International Democratic Union]] to report to the Council the effectiveness of the ambassadors and their staff. She did this for two years, then began working in the Kerlian foreign ministry until the death of her mother by suicide when she was 26, in 2002. She then succeeded her mother as Councillor Arnott.

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