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Jackie Kennedy let Marilyn Monroe bed J.F.K.

Marilyn Monroe famously sang “Happy Birthday” to President John F. Kennedy (left)


Jackie Kennedy let Marilyn Monroe bed J.F.K.


A new book has claimed that Jacqueline Kennedy, the wife of former US President John F. Kennedy, knew about her husband’s alleged affair with Marilyn Monroe and even gave her blessing to the Hollywood actress to marry J.F.K. Christopher Andersen, the author of the book, titled These Few Precious Days: The Final Year of Jack with Jackie, alleges that Jackie was aware of her husband’s infidelities and was willing to tolerate them as long as they remained discreet.

According to Andersen, Monroe initiated a phone call with Jackie, in which she told her about J.F.K.’s promise to marry her.

In response, Jackie reportedly said, “Marilyn, you’ll marry Jack, that’s great . . . and you’ll move into the White House and you’ll assume the responsibilities of first lady, and I’ll move out and you’ll have all the problems.”

Andersen claims that Monroe was the love interest who bothered Jackie the most because she was a “loose cannon who could go public at any time, causing a scandal that would obliterate her husband’s reputation, destroy her marriage and hold her up to public ridicule.”

While the claims in the book have not been substantiated, presidential historian Doug Wead has said that they could be true.

“It’s the sort of thing that’s unbelievable but really happens in history. Some of these things we’re uncovering right now will move from speculation to fact as time progresses,” he said.


The alleged affair between J.F.K. and Monroe has been a topic of discussion for many years, with historians and researchers trying to uncover the truth behind the rumors.

The book adds to the speculation, claiming that Jackie was not only aware of the affair but was also willing to accept it as long as it remained private.

According to CBS, Andersen’s book also alleges that J.F.K.’s ill health and rumored drug use were kept hidden from the public during his presidency.

The book claims that Jackie was aware of her husband’s health problems but kept them from the public eye.

The Kennedys were known for their glamour and charisma, but their private lives were often plagued with scandals and controversies.

The alleged affair between J.F.K. and Monroe is just one of the many rumors that have surrounded the Kennedy family for decades.

Despite the controversies, the Kennedy family remains an important part of American history and culture.

J.F.K.’s presidency, although brief, is remembered for its iconic moments, including his famous “Ask not what your country can do for you” speech and the Cuban Missile Crisis.

The new book sheds light on the private lives of the Kennedys and their inner circle, giving readers a glimpse into the personalities and relationships behind the public personas.

While the claims in the book may be controversial and unproven, they add to the ongoing fascination with the Kennedys and their legacy.

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