10 erotic girlfriends of the loving President John F. KennedyPictolic
Americans loved the charismatic John F. Kennedy and forgave him small weaknesses. Mr. President loved women, and they reciprocated him. The president's mistresses were beautiful and popular. Probably, because the voters did not condemn the guarantor. After all, he did not waste time on trifles and did not sleep with just anyone.
In addition, he was generous to the subjects of his hobby. As a rule, the career of the mistresses of President Rezka was going uphill. John F. Kennedy was a sucker for Hollywood actresses, singers, strippers. For obvious reasons, the press did not advertise the president's love affairs. Although there is hardly a man who would condemn the leader of the country for numerous affairs with the stars.
"If I haven't had a woman for three days, I start to have a terrible headache." This statement may seem obscene for the president, but these are the words that former US President John Fitzgerald Kennedy once uttered
Next, we offer you a long list of women who were part of John F. Kennedy's voluntary harem.
In 1931, this girl with the figure of a ballerina won the crown of the first beauty of Denmark. Then there was a marriage with an Egyptian aristocrat. The young journalist was familiar with Adolf Hitler. The ruling elite of Germany worshiped the beauty of Inga Arvad. After receiving the post of Minister of Information of Denmark, she migrated to the United States. The FBI suspected the beauty of espionage.
In 1941, a young officer, John Kennedy, began to visit her. The erotic friendship quickly ended, because the influential father of the future president intervened. Kennedy was transferred to a naval base, away from his mistress.
The Hollywood beauty of the 1940s won the title of "new Gioconda" for her mysterious smile and bottomless eyes. Jean Tierney's beauty has dazzled millions of men. In 1946, she met a young John F. Kennedy on the set of a film. A famous actress fell head over heels in love with a charismatic lieutenant. Their relationship lasted for a whole year.
Jean Tierney dreamed of a happy marriage. However, the Kennedy clan reasoned otherwise. Marriage with an actress could damage the career of the future president. In 1947, John F. Kennedy broke the dreams of the actress with a statement about the impossibility of their marriage.
This Anglo-American aristocrat became famous in America for her love affairs and received the nickname "Red Witch". After her divorce from Churchill's son, she married a Hollywood producer. Pamela Harriman had affairs with politicians.
The rich heiress kept silent about the circumstances of her acquaintance with John Kennedy. Their relationship was revealed in 1947, when Pamela saved the life of an unlucky lover: after joint joys, she saved his life from a sharp decrease in blood pressure caused by Addison's disease.
For some reason, the aristocrat enjoyed success with American presidents. Since it is known not only about the affair with John F. Kennedy, but also with the young Bill Clinton: it is rumored that for a young boy from the province, she became a sexual mentor. In 1997, while swimming in the mineral water pool at the Ritz Hotel in Washington, she had a stroke. She died the next day in a hospital bed.
She was probably the most dangerous mistress of John F. Kennedy. Judith Exner was an actress who had affairs with the mafia. In 1960, Sinatra introduced her to Senator John F. Kennedy. The election race for the US president did not interfere with their stormy relations.
Jacqueline Kennedy knew about this affair of her husband, but she always forgave him for having affairs on the side. Then Exner even terminated an unwanted pregnancy, and it was John Kennedy who was the father of that child. Later, she wrote a scandalous book about an affair with the president.
Widely known under the pseudonym Marilyn Monroe, this flighty and sexy blonde became famous for unpredictable antics. The actress met Kennedy in 1954, when actor Peter Lawford invited the sex symbol of America to the birthday of a budding senator.
The affair with Monroe gave John Kennedy a lot of exciting and dangerous moments. One night, the actress called Jackie Kennedy at the White House and admitted that she had an affair with her husband. To which the first lady replied: "That's fine… I'm moving out and you will solve all my problems." Marilyn was sure that she was right, because she had provided invaluable assistance to Kennedy in the election race.
Sexy stripper, German by birth and the wife of a Bundeswehr sergeant. American intelligence agencies called Ellen Romech a "honey trap". Many politicians, including the 35th president of the United States, could not resist her charms.
She got into Washington is from West Germany. She performed at the Quorum nightclub, which high-ranking officials liked to visit. The State Department strongly denied that the president could have given away state secrets. However, in order to avoid a scandal, Ellen Romech was expelled from the country.
The American burlesque star performed under the stage name Blaze Star. The energetic and inventive stripper loved to surprise her fans with amazing tricks. She was the passion of the governor of the state of Louisiana, Earl Long. He also presented it to the 35th President of the United States.
The "historic" event took place in New Orleans in 1960. The governor hosted a reception in honor of John Clinton's visit. The president did not miss the opportunity to get to know Fanny Fleming better. The wardrobe in the next room was perfect for a love adventure. Later, the stripper wrote a book about 20 minutes of close communication with Mr. President.
The popular blonde imitated the stunning Marilyn Monroe in everything. The actress took the pseudonym Jane Mansfield. Born in the outback, she skillfully monetized her natural charms. Palmer was an intelligent woman and perfectly understood that men prefer 95-60-90 to her sharp mind.
In her short life, she managed to become a star, get married three times, have five children and have an affair with the president. At the age of 34, she died in a car accident.
In a long list of movie star lovers-actors and two American presidents. Elizabeth Taylor told a friend about the love of a threesome: she, John Kennedy and actor Robert Stack. Moreover, it all started with an innocent skinny-dipping.
Liz met Reagan when she was just 15 years old. But the affair with John F. Kennedy benefited her acting career. At that time, Elizabeth Taylor received the role of Cleopatra with a fee of a million dollars.
She was known to the general public under the pseudonym Angie Dickinson. Little is known about the love affairs of the actress. Being another sex symbol of America, she could get any man. However, for some time, Angie even remained faithful to her husband, a football player.
In 1999, the famous men's magazine Playboy placed Angie on the 42nd step in the ranking of the "100 sexiest American women". Sinatra introduced her to the president. Then the events developed according to a familiar scenario. It was rumored that the actress adored the 35th president.
This Hollywood star is known to the public as Kim Novak. "American Casanova" did not fail to add a charming blonde from Illinois to the collection. By the way, she had to take a pseudonym at the request of Marilyn Monroe.
In 1995, according to Empire magazine, Kim Novak was ranked 92nd in the ranking of the 100 sexiest movie stars in America. The actress did not advertise an affair with John F. Kennedy.
Another Hollywood actress who joined the list of amorous victories of Mr. President. The ballerina, writer and actress was friends with Frank Sinatra. He considered it his duty to introduce his girlfriends to the Kennedy clan.
She caught the attention of John F. Kennedy, even though she was not a blonde. Perhaps because she was an activist of the Democratic Party, close to the Kennedy clan, and a charming girl.
It was the most mysterious novel of the president. The artist Maria Meyer was the wife of a CIA agent. The love affair became public knowledge.
It was rumored that Meyer was not only a mistress, but also an adviser to John Kennedy. It is possible that the rapprochement with Cuba is her merit. After the death of the 35th president, Maria Meyer seriously feared for her life. Her anxiety was not in vain. The artist was killed a year after the assassination attempt on Kennedy.