Top 10 Mistresses

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6. Jayne Mansfield:

Everyone probably knew about President Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe. It seems Monroe was not the only playmate Kennedy was interested in. In fact he had a sweet tooth for other playmates like Jayne Mansfield. Disgraceful and such a shame. Jacqueline Kennedy was such a beauty and was a loyal wife who suffered a miscarriage and a still born. It does not look like her husband was supportive at all.


7. Gennifer Flowers:

Everyone remembers Monica Lewinsky, the intern who slept with President Bill Clinton and had continued phone sex with him. President Clinton did not lie about his affair just this once. He actually lied about it twice. When Flowers exposed Clinton on 60 minutes, the latter denied the allegations. In the end…Clinton was caught and had to admit to sleeping with Flowers as well.


8. Anne Boleyn:

Did anyone forget about her? She is the actual reason why England is no longer Roman Catholic. Henry VIII wanted to divorce his first wife and marry Anne Boleyn, because the former could not give him a male heir. When the Pope refused to grant Henry VIII the right to divorce Catherine of Aragon and marry Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII began the reformation in England. He removed the Pope’s power and annulled his marriage. The marriage did not last long as Boleyn was beheaded for treason.


9. Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall:

Prince Charles followed his great grandfather and great-great grandfather’s footsteps when he had a torrid love affair with Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, a divorcé. While Charles was still married to Diana, there were speculations that Camilla was intervening. Diana wrote many letters and diary entries, stipulating that her husband was not being true to her. Diana’s health problems and strife with suicide were a result of the marriage problems. The truth came out with the book, Diana: Her True Story.


10. Marilyn Monroe:

Many people are unsure and speculate whether Marilyn Monroe really was a mistress. So let’s look at the facts: Who can forget her stunning performance at John F. Kennedy’s birthday? No one could doubt her feelings were real when she sung the song “Happy Birthday, Mr. President.” After being invited to a party to honour President Kennedy, the President asked Monroe for her number. The next day, he invited Monroe to Palm Springs, which his wife was not attending. He even mentioned that in their conversation. I’ll let you decide what went on in Palm Springs.



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