New Book Exposes Elizabeth Taylor’s Secret Romances

A new Elizabeth Taylor biography is soon to be released, exposing the stars alleged secret romances with former US presidents Ronald Reagan and John F. Kennedy.

The unauthorized biography titled Elizabeth Taylor: There is Nothing like a Dame, has been composed by authors Danforth Prince and Darwin Potter, who have spent years tracing the actresses life.

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Elizabeth Taylor

Prince and Darwin makes some bold claims about the late Elizabeth Taylor in the book; such as she slept with 36 year-old Ronald Reagan when she was just a teenager, after being invited to dine at his Hollywood home, where she went on to seduce him.

The book goes on to claim that Elizabeth had a threesome with John F. Kennedy whilst he was president and actor Robert Stack. This revelation is sure to shock many JKF fans.

Numerous other mail celebrities are listed as having sexual encounters with the beautiful actress, including: Paul Newman, Frank Sinatra, Tony Curtis, Peter Lawford and Errol Flynn.

Whilst Elizabeth was never shy of pursuing men, Sinatra held a place in her heart, and she did not just lust over him, she loved him.

Sinatra allegedly called time on his romance with Elizabeth when her realised her feelings for him had become strong and their relationship was heading somewhere serious. Desperate to keep Sinatra Elizabeth is said to have attempted to blackmail him into marrying her by lying that she was expecting his baby.

Whilst the book enlightens readers to a time when Hollywood oozed glitz and glamour, some fans are sure to feel Prince and Potter have over-stepped the mark with their claims of secret sexual encounters, as many of those mentioned are no longer with us, and therefore can not defend their name.

Article By Victoria Beckett

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