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Marilyn Monroe and John F. Kennedy: the love that killed both

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Now it is difficult to say exactly at what moment John and Marilyn realized that they needed each other like life-giving air. Seized by passion, they forgot about everything in the world, trying to be always together and constantly hiding a secret connection.

Marilyn Monroe and John F. Kennedy: the love that killed both
Marilyn Monroe and John F. Kennedy: the love that killed both

The blonde of all times and peoples would have turned 94 on June 1. It is simply impossible to imagine this sexy beauty, radiating temptation, from which men weakened and became obedient to her will, as an old woman in an armchair, fingering the pages of a book with her slender handles.

 The image of Marilyn Monroe remains in my memory as she remained until her early and mysterious death: dazzling, with a charming smile, which was adorned with a mole above her lip, charmingly windy and unique.  

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Her attractive femininity drove millionaires, famous Hollywood actors, prominent politicians crazy. Marilyn was married three times, but she never found family happiness. Numerous secret and overt romances with men, as a rule, ended in disappointment. The role of a stupid, but adorable blonde, which was assigned to her in the films she played,

made it difficult to see the real Monroe. And Marilyn was extremely smart and perceptive, the lack of education did not affect her ability to communicate with people. She hid the pain in her heart when someone reminded her of her past. 

Marilyn Monroe and John F. Kennedy: the love that killed both
Marilyn Monroe and John F. Kennedy: the love that killed both

A crazy mother, an orphanage, wandering in other people’s families – Marilyn with great difficulty managed to escape from this hell, rise from the bottom to the heights of world fame. And in the end, always be a deeply unhappy woman who lacked that love

But one day fate will have mercy on her and give this long-awaited feeling that will burn Marilyn to ashes. In the summer of 1954, in Hollywood, she will meet for the first time John F. Kennedy, a young senator from Massachusetts and future President of America, in whose honor a party will be held. Later she will say: “Kennedy never took his eyes off me for a second, and at some point I even felt embarrassed.

” However, as a true woman, Marilyn was cunning. She was already tormented by a premonition that an event would occur that would turn the life of a platinum blonde. The only thing that confused Marilyn was the presence of a jealous husband, former baseball player Joe DiMaggio, nearby.

Although they were already close to breaking up family relations. Note that John F. Kennedy was not alone: ​​he was accompanied by Jacqueline, the wife of the future owner of the White House.

Now it is difficult to say exactly at what moment John and Marilyn realized that they needed each other like life-giving air. Seized by passion, they forgot about everything in the world, trying to be always together and constantly hiding a secret connection. 

They seemed to be struck by a love fever: John admired her beauty and felt free and liberated. And Marilyn wrote poetry to him and her thoughts rushed into the distance, where she saw herself as the wife of the future president and the first lady of the country. Seven years of love relationships have been romantic, tender and tragic. 

Even after becoming the owner of the White House, John did not part with Marilyn. They met in the apartments of the presidential plane. Monroe had to dress up as Kennedy’s secretary: wearing dark glasses and a wig, she climbed the gangway, arousing the curiosity of the guards. 

Marilyn still believed in a lucky star and waited for a change in her destiny. However, she could not understand that for the Kennedy clan she was the eternal Cinderella, who would never be invited to the royal ball. Without even knowing it, Marilyn Monroe found herself embroiled in a dangerous, deadly game, where political interests are paramount. 

Collapsed dreams and unrealizable hopes for a fabulous future with a beloved man had a hard, depressing effect on America’s darling. Marilyn became depressed, alcohol and illegal drugs could not drown the heartache. John noticeably cooled towards her and made it clear that he did not have the same feelings for Monroe. 

Marilyn was in hysterics, constantly called the White House, demanding meetings with Kennedy, wrote letters. And she threatened with some revelations.

 Perhaps the latter played a sad role in the life of the legendary blonde. Apparently, Marilyn has become truly dangerous – otherwise what are the reasons to explain her strange and mysterious death in her own home? This will happen on August 5, 1962 and will raise a lot of questions among millions of ordinary Americans who will never believe that Marilyn died from an overdose of sleeping pills.

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No one knows what feelings John F. Kennedy had when he learned about the death of his once beloved woman. After all, he owed her a lot: Marilyn Monroe not only dearly and passionately loved the president. 

She helped John in the election campaign. Thanks to her popularity, Kennedy collected many votes in his favor. Perhaps he was bound hand and foot by high politics, in which, as you know, there is nothing sacred. And Marilyn was the only bright spot in his life, the most desirable woman in the world.

 A year after her death, John F. Kennedy will be killed by an assassin’s bullet. The love of two, in fact, unhappy people will turn out to be powerless in the face of the evil of a system of imaginary conventions that does not choose the means to achieve its selfish ends.


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