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How long did JFK have an affair with Marilyn Monroe?

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The exact time when these two Legends and Icons started to see each other is uncertain. some say they first meet, in 1951, long before JFK married Jackie in 1953. Some sources say that it was first in 1956. JFK had a crush on Marilyn, he was very attracted and fascinated by Marilyn (obviously), but he probably had a hard time reaching her. She was married to Arthur Miller that time. It was first in 1961 they were supposedly to have meet and started an affair, after she divorced Arthur Miller. She became madly in love with him, a love that probably cost her life. She wanted him badly, but he couldn't divorce Jackie, since they had two children and it wouldn't suit him well if a president divorced his wife. He suggested that they could be together as long as she wanted, but Marilyn didn't want that. The story kind of ends here. What is true or what happened between them, is hard to say.You mean that it was very tragic ending because she screwed the brother too. Sources: <a rel=" ... more
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http://www.cinemablend.com/celebrity/Marilyn-Monroe-Did-Not-Have-An-Affair-With-JFK-1815.html MARILYN MONROE only had a one night stand with US President JOHN F KENNEDY and not an affair, according to a new biography of the screen beauty. In his book MARILYN MONROE: AS IT WAS, AS IT HAPPENED, writer KEITH BADMAN claims the pair could not have conducted a significant relationship because their schedules rarely overlapped. However, Badman believes Monroe and Kennedy did spend the night together at BING CROSBY's home in Palm Springs, California on 24 March 1962. He writes: "If you examine the president's and Marilyn's separate itineraries, as I've done, that's the only time they could feasibly have been together alone as, apart from that, their schedules simply didn't match up. "That day, on the 24th, JFK had one meeting at 11am and then had the rest of the day off. H more
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