For Jackie, being married to him and loving him was everything. It was clear that she was very much in love with him. - Sally Bedell Smith

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John F. Kennedy and his fiance Jacqueline Lee Bouvier (1953)

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Greta Garbo aboard the cargo ship Annie Johnson returning from Sweden to US, March 26, 1933.

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Christiane Torloni, early 1980’s

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Marilyn Monroe and Lauren Bacall attend the premier of How to Marry a Millionaire, 1953

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Senator Kennedy and daughter Caroline, summer of 1960.

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Prince Rainier III of Monaco signing the famous guests album with his wife, the American actress Grace Kelly, in the garden of a hotel. Montecatini Terme, May 1957. MONDADORI PORTFOLIO/Mario De Biasi

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Queen Mother with Prince Charles spam

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R4R Photo Marathon: Diana, Princess of Wales, the iconic one

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Lauren Bacall's first ever scene in her cinematic debut, To Have and Have Not (1944)

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