“Stranger Things” star Jamie Campbell Bower was spotted kissing his girlfriend, Jess Moloney, in Malibu, Calif., over the weekend – confirming that he and ex Ruby Quilter called it quits.
A source told Page Six on Monday that Bower and Quilter broke up two years ago and he has been dating Moloney, a photographer, for nearly a year and a half.
Bower, 33, was seen locking lips with the brunette as they cozied up together in the sand during a day of surfing. They were also seen practicing a few yoga moves, with Bower at one point helping his gal pal apply sunscreen to her face.
Both were dressed in wetsuits as they splashed around in the waves during their adventurous southern California outing.
At one point during a break from surfing, Moloney even rested her head on the actor’s shirtless chest as he soaked up some sun.
Bower didn’t appear to be hiding his affection toward Moloney as they heavily packed on the PDA with lots of touches and cuddles.
The actor was last linked to Quilter, a tattoo artist based in New York City. They made their red carpet debut as a couple at the London premiere of Bower’s movie “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” in November 2018.
The duo kept their relationship under the radar over the years, rarely discussing their love life and only occasionally posting content of each other to their respective social media accounts.
Prior to Quilter, Bower reportedly dated model Matilda Lowther from 2014 to 2017, “Emily in Paris” star Lily Collins on and off from 2012 to 2018 and “Harry Potter” actress Bonnie Wright from 2009 to 2012.
A rep for Bower did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
The “Queen’s Gambit” star – who is dating musician Malcolm McRae – is sparking engagement rumors after she was photographed flashing a ring on that finger while disembarking from a private jet in Sydney, Australia, last week.
“She bounded off the plane and then seemed to flash the ring at her driver before getting in the car,” an eyewitness told the Daily Mail, who was first to report the news on Sunday.
“She was either showing off the ring or doing a dance move. Either way, she looked ecstatic.”
A rep for the actress did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
Taylor-Joy, 26, looked chic in a brown top and matching trousers for the outing, which she paired with a checked overcoat and a long pendant necklace.
She styled her platinum blond tresses in loose waves, as she clutched onto a packet of chips and carried her adorable cat, Kitsune, in a pod-style backpack.
While the “Peaky Blinders” star is notoriously private about her dating life, she and McRae, 27, have reportedly been dating for more than a year.
The couple spent the past month Down Under in the Australian outback, where she’s been filming the “Mad Max” prequel, “Furiosa.”
They made their red carpet debut a few months earlier at the Vanity Fair Oscars afterparty in February, before offering fans a tiny tidbit about their romance.
“I said to my partner the other day that he was my hobby,” she told British Vogue in March.
“I see reading as something that I have to do. He loved it because he’s the same.”
She continued, “I’ve finally found someone who will happily sit in silence with me reading. We’re basically 80 years old and seven at the same time and it works really well.”
Rebel Wilson took her romance with Ramona Agruma to new heights over the weekend, enjoying a dreamy helicopter excursion over Iceland.
A post shared to her Instagram Stories showed the “Pitch Perfect” star, 42, and her fashion-designer girlfriend in matching blue puffer coats, standing in front of a firehouse-red chopper with a flat, grassy landscape unfolding behind them.
“Trying to look cool whilst freezing 😜,” Wilson, 42, wrote in text overlaying the image.
A subsequent snap captured a headset-clad Wilson in-flight in the aircraft.
While her Icelandic images appear unequivocally elegant, Wilson was pushed into a much more awkward position earlier this month after an Australian newspaper forced her into a public reckoning with her personal life.
As previously reported, a Sydney Morning Herald columnist voiced a grievance about the newspaper having given Wilson two days to comment on a story that would have unilaterally outed the actress vis a vis reporting on her relationship with Agruma – only to have the “Senior Year” star divulge the reality of her sexuality on her own Instagram prior to the “scoop.”
Responding to the outpouring of support on social media about the situation, Wilson tweeted, ”Thanks for your comments, it was a very hard situation but trying to handle it with grace 💗.”
Sami Sheen is giving fans a sneak peek at one of her risqué OnlyFans looks following her controversial debut on the NSFW platform.
The 18-year-old daughter of Charlie Sheen and Denise Richard posted on her Instagram Stories Monday a photo of herself wearing a white lingerie top and bright red lip.
She wrote over it, “click the link 😉 just posted on OF,” with a link to her OnlyFans page.
A subscription to Sami’s content costs $19.99 a month.
In the description of her profile, the teen notes that she uploads “new content 3 times a week” and that her “messages are open” for subscribers to “come talk to me!!”
Sami announced on June 13 that she had joined OnlyFans by posting a sultry swimsuit snap on her other social media platforms.
Charlie, 56, slammed his daughter’s decision to post on the site known for its nude or partially nude content and blamed Richards, 51.
“She is 18 years old now and living with her mother. This did not occur under my roof,” he told Page Six at the time.
“I do not condone this, but since I’m unable to prevent it, I urged her to keep it classy, creative and not sacrifice her integrity.”
However, Richards defended Sami’s choice, telling us, “Sami is 18, and this decision wasn’t based on whose house she lives in. All I can do as a parent is guide her and trust her judgment, but she makes her own choices.”
The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” alum later pointed to her own sexy past, including her infamous role in “Wild Things.”
“I wish I had the confidence my 18 year old daughter has,” she wrote on Instagram. “And I can’t be judgmental of her choices. I did Wild Things & Playboy, quite frankly her father shouldn’t be either.”
While her parents feuded publicly, Sami continued to promote her OnlyFans online.
When a troll asked whether she has the body for the racy platform, Sami responded, “Yes because there’s no ‘body’ you need to have in order to do [OnlyFans].
“Only thing that matters is making sure that you’re comfortable with what you’re posting & remembering that all bodies are beautiful.”
GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES: But Norma Jeane Baker was a natural brunette so she lightened her locks (Image: Getty)
Her voluptious curves hidden beneath a long white embroidered lace gown and a large floral bouquet, the bride wore a hopeful smile that barely concealed her innocence. “I didn’t know anything about marriage, especially the sex part of it,” she later confessed. She had just turned 16 and would go on to become a movie star, global sex symbol and tragic Hollywood cautionary tale.
But before she became Marilyn Monroe she was Norma Jeane Baker and 80 years ago, on June 19, 1942, married her sweetheart, 21-year-old James Dougherty.
Her subsequent turbulent marriages to all- American baseball great Joe DiMaggio and intellectual playwright Arthur Miller, and affairs with President John F Kennedy and his brother Robert, became Hollywood legend.
But her first marriage, before she found fame, had a profound influence on the star who died of a drug overdose – some suspect it was murder – in 1962, aged 36.
If they had stayed married and she had escaped Hollywood’s clutches, she might have lived into old age, Dougherty believed.
Marilyn was only 15 when she met 20-yearold Jim Dougherty, who lived opposite her in the Los Angeles suburb of Van Nuys.
They attended the same high school and he often gave her rides home in his car.
“I noticed she was a pretty little thing and she thought I looked angelic in white shirts, but she was only a child as far as I was concerned,” he said.
“Five years was a great difference in our ages. I thought she was awful young, but I took her to a dance. We talked and we got on pretty good.”
SWEET SIXTEEN: Norma Jeane on her 1942 wedding day as she married her ‘dreamboat’ James, 21 (Image: Getty)
Marilyn thought him a “dreamboat” and a prize catch: a high school sports star, amateur actor and student body president, he turned down an athletic scholarship at university to work instead at Lockheed Aircraft.
Dougherty offered Marilyn the love and security she had lacked in her troubled young life. Born Norma Jeane Mortenson, she had been shuffled through foster homes and orphanages after her mother’s schizophrenia rendered her incapable of parenting.
“I didn’t like the world around me because it was kind of grim,” Marilyn confessed.
At 15 she was in the care of foster parents Grace Goddard and her husband, when they decided to relocate to West Virginia.
Legally barred from leaving California, Marilyn seemed doomed to return to the orphanage she loathed.
Dougherty, romancing her since January 1942, came to her rescue, marrying Norma Jeane barely two weeks after her 16th birthday.
“They were gonna put me in a home, or I could marry this boy who was 21 at the time,” recalled Marilyn. “So I married.” But it was more than a marriage of convenience, insisted
Dougherty: “We were in love.” Marilyn dropped out of school, put away her childhood doll collection, and threw herself into her wifely duties, making a home and learning to cook.
She spoke of often making peas and carrots because she liked the colours. Marilyn chose all their furniture, plates and cutlery, nurtured potted plants and adopted a Collie dog she named Muggsie.
“My Norma Jeane was growing up,” said Dougherty. “Norma Jeane took great pride in keeping a shining clean home.”
But two years after after tying the knot, Dougherty joined the Merchant Navy and the newlyweds moved to Catalina Island, 22 miles off the Los Angeles coast, where they shared an idyllic wartime retreat by the beach. She joined him on fishing and hunting trips and they danced together at the casino.
“She loved it over there,” he said. “It was like being on honeymoon for a year.”
Dougherty confirmed that she was a virgin when they wed, but claimed Marilyn quickly came to relish their love-making. “We loved each other madly,” he said. “I felt like I was the luckiest guy in the world.”
Dougherty wanted a family but asked her to wait, admitting: “I knew how desperately she wanted a baby.”
Marilyn suffered heartbreaking miscarriages in her later marriages.
Schani Krug, who produced the 2004 documentary Marilyn’s Man, says: “When he discovered Marilyn at the age of 15 she was rough around the edges.
“She was pretty much a tomboy. Jim really feminised her, took her everywhere with him and showed her the world.
“He was a bon vivant, great sense of humour, and he brought that out in her, really refined her, even kind of showed her how to walk and be sexy.”
But wedded bliss was shortlived. Despite Dougherty’s domestic contentment, Marilyn longed for excitement. “My marriage didn’t make me sad, but it didn’t make me happy, either,” she said.
SOME LIKE IT HOT: Norma Jeane on Catalina Island, where her husband was stationed (Image: Silver Screen Collection/Getty)
“My husband and I hardly spoke to each other. This wasn’t because we were angry. We had nothing to say. I was dying of boredom.”
For all this, it was the Second World War that really tore the newlyweds apart.
In 1944, Dougherty sailed to the Pacific and Southeast Asia, leaving his teenage wife with his parents. Against their wishes she began modelling, which perplexed her absent husband.
Inspired by early modelling success, Marilyn took a screen test at 20th Century Fox studio, which agreed to sign her – but only if she was single.
“She wanted to sign a contract with Fox and it said she couldn’t be married,” said Dougherty. “They didn’t want a pregnant starlet. I tried to talk her out of it.”
But Marilyn insisted she could have her cake and eat it: divorce her husband but stay together as a loving couple.
“She just thought she could get this divorce, we’d go on as before,” said Dougherty. “She could have a career and we could have everything the same. I said: ‘It doesn’t work that way’. I wanted a family and I didn’t want to be Mr Monroe.”
Despite Dougherty’s protestations she pressed ahead with a divorce, severing ties in 1946 after only four years together. “I was on a ship in the Yangtze river getting ready to go into Shanghai when I was served with divorce papers,” he recalled.
HOLLYWOOD ICON: Marilyn (Image: Getty)
In Hollywood, Norma Jeane adopted her mother’s maiden name Monroe, and Fox added “Marilyn”. Dougherty’s fears proved well founded. Her career took off with small movie roles and 1950 hits All About Eve and The Asphalt Jungle earned her a sevenyear Fox contract.
Dougherty was left behind in her dust, as she became a different woman. “I never knew Marilyn Monroe,” he said. “I knew and loved Norma Jeane. She was kind of a lost soul. Norma Jeane was reserved, religious and devout. The soft part carried over to Marilyn and that’s what hurt her. She was too young and wasn’t ready for being a star, and was eaten up by the system.”
They never met again, due largely to the possessive jealousy of Dougherty’s second wife Patricia, who he wed in 1947.
After the war, Dougherty joined the Los Angeles police force, becoming a senior detective, inventing the SWAT team and cracking several famous cases including a plot to kidnap actor James Garner.
Ironically, Dougherty was friends with Jack Clemmons, the first officer on the scene when Marilyn died in August 1962.
Like Moarilyn, Dougherty went through two more marriages: his second ended in divorce, and his third wife, Rita, died in 2003. Dougherty succumbed to leukaemia two years later, aged 84.
To his grave, he believed Hollywood had killed Norma Jeane.
“Fame was injurious to her,” he said. “She was too gentle to be an actress. She wasn’t tough enough for Hollywood.”
Andy Murray discusses his tennis future aged just 14
Andy Murray is facing an anxious few days as he learns about the severity of the abdominal injury he sustained in Sunday’s Stuttgart Open final. The 35-year-old was in fine form for much of the tournament before finally succumbing to rival Matteo Berrettini, in three sets. In reaching the final, Sir Andy’s first grass final since 2016, the Scot played five matches in Germany, as well as four the previous week in Surbiton, where his journey ended in the semi-finals.
Fears for Sir Andy’s physical condition will now be top of his agenda, as he aims to play at Wimbledon in a fortnight’s time.
Speaking after the loss in Germany, Sir Andy said: “I felt like I was playing well enough to win and I got myself in a really good position going into the third set so a frustrating end to what was a good week.
“I got some pain in my abdomen when I was serving. It’s not something I’ve had before. I’ll need to get it checked when I get home.
“This is the most matches I’ve played in two weeks since probably 2016. That’s a really long time.
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Andy Murray in action in Stuttgart (Image: GETTY)
“It’s probably normal that I would feel some stuff in my body but I don’t really know the severity of it. Hopefully it’s all right.”
While Sir Andy will be hoping to roll back the years in an attempt to claim a third Wimbledon title, the prize money he earns from the tournament is expected to add to the incredible balance the star has earned from the sport.
According to Essentially Sports, Sir Andy is worth an incredible £135million ($165million), while his earnings from the court alone register at approximately £51million ($62million).
His fortune has been amassed from a series of different sponsorship deals, including with firms such as Standard Life, Head and Rado.
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Andy Murray with his US Open trophy (Image: GETTY)
Reports show that in 2016, Sir Andy brokered a deal with manufacturing giant Jaguar, and three years later signed up with tennis apparel brand Castore.
Other companies to partner with Murray, who has also won the US Open and two Olympic gold medals, include TRR nutrition, Amazon Prime Video, American Express, tennis racquet manufacturer Head, WSB, NHS, WWF-UK, and UNICEF.
Outside of his business ventures, Sir Andy has also focused a lot of his energy into his charitable endeavours, such as being a founding member of the Malaria No More UK Leadership Council.
Celebrity Net Worth reports that the star has managed to earn between £8million ($10million) and £12million ($15million) per season from on-court earnings.
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Andy Murray at the Australian Open this year (Image: GETTY)
More recently, Sir Andy spoke positively about his return from injury and the prospect of him playing at Wimbledon later this month.
A Yahoo Sport report on Sunday noted Sir Andy said: “Obviously, I’ve played a lot of matches.
“This is the most matches I’ve played in two weeks since probably 2016. That’s a really long time.
“It’s probably normal that I would feel some stuff in my body but I don’t really know the severity of it. I won’t know anything until I get it checked out. It’s tough to say anything about the next weeks.”
Andy Murray has won Wimbledon twice (Image: GETTY)
Earlier this month, it emerged Sir Andy could partner British number one Emma Raducanu, the current BBC Sports Personal of the Year, in future mixed double tournaments.
Ahead of last week’s tournament in Nottingham, Raducanu told BBC Sport: “We haven’t actually spoken about it but it’s something we feel we both want to do.
“I’m not sure if this is going to be the year but hopefully it will happen.”
Raducanu is the current US Open champion, having claimed victory in the tournament in September, last year.
Speaking about her own form, the 19-year-old added: “It has been a really tricky 12 months, to be honest. It hasn’t always been easy.
“I’ve definitely learnt a lot about myself and I would say my approach is definitely different now.
“I’m a lot more focused on the process of what I’m doing every single day because I know that’s the only thing I can control.”
Charley Webb pressured into getting a hamster by husband Matthew
Emmerdale star Charley Webb has been flooded with support on Instagram after sharing her health “hell” with her fans. The TV star, who played Debbie Dingle in the ITV soap, told how she had been suffering from migraines, which she branded “disgusting” after sharing that they leave her “vomiting”.
They are truly disgusting
In view of her 564,000 followers, the mum of three told how she had been suffering with the migraine.
In the snap, Charley appeared in a light grey jumper as she lay back with one arm partially covering her face.
The star asked her fans for their advice on dealing with the health issue.
Charley wrote: “Migraine hell today.
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Charley Webb told how she was suffering from ‘hellish’ migraines (Image: INSTAGRAM/ TIKTOK)
Charley Webb asked her followers for health advice (Image: INSTAGRAM)
“Does anyone else suffer with vision migraines?
It’s where you get some sort of bright light/flashing [lightning] type of thing in your eye followed by the migraine.
“They make me vomit as well.
“They are truly disgusting,” she added.
Charley Webb shares three sons with Emmerdale co-star Matthew Wolfenden (Image: INSTAGRAM)
Charley Webb recently told how she had been left ‘exhausted’ after staying up with son Ace (Image: INSTAGRAM)
She wrote: “This will be me all day. “Ace was awake from 1-4 this morning. Coughing for hours.
He had a temperature so I let him stay in with me and it was rough!
“His sleep is just hellish at the moment.
“He wakes up whenever he fancies for a chat.” (sic)
The star continued in her next story as she showed her son sleeping in the back of her car during the middle of the day.
In the caption she joked it was “alright for some”.
She also quipped it was “brilliant” that he kept her up all night then decided to sleep.
Charley added sadly: “He’s not well at all, bless him. Hate it when they’re poorly.”
Frank Sinatra labelled a ‘womaniser’ by Gianni Russo
Nicknamed Ol’ Blue Eyes, Sinatra is often considered the greatest entertainer to have ever lived, thanks to his incredible talents for singing, acting and dancing. Raised in the early Twenties, Sinatra honed his craft before becoming one of the most recognisable performers, his deep beguiling tone a hit with all generations. As well as an almost unrivalled musical back catalogue, Sinatra also collected a string of industry awards for his acting, including an Academy Award and a Golden Globe.
His influence transcended entertainment, as he was also a huge voice for Black Americans, with stories about how he stood up for friend and fellow star Sammy Davis Jnr written into Hollywood, and Las Vegas, folklore.
And when it came to him taking to the stage for a final time, his fourth wife Barbara Sinatra hinted that he may have known it was a last curtain call for the crooner.
Writing in 2011’s Lady Blue Eyes: My Life with Frank Sinatra, Barbara recalled details of what become Sinatra’s last concert, at the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center charity gala, on February 25, 1995.
She noted that Sinatra “hadn’t sung for a while”, but that the star had always “kept his voice warm”, and managed to produce a “brilliant” performance “like the old days”.
Frank Sinatra’s premonition during final show: ‘Almost as if he knew’ (Image: GETTY)
Frank Sinatra remains one of the biggest names in music (Image: GETTY)
Barbara wrote: “Without any fanfare as usual, he walked onto the stage at the Marriott Desert Springs hotel after Tom Dreesen’s warm-up, went to the microphone, and launched into I’ve Got the World on a String.
“Bill Miller sat a few feet away, as he had done for so many years, his finger playing the keys for his friend and boss for the last time.
“From the moment Frank opened his mouth, he had his audience of 1,200 guests eating from the palm of his hand.
“It was almost as if he knew this would be the last time he’d sing in public because he drew on all of his experience and strength to give us one of the most memorable performances of his life.”
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Frank Sinatra and his wife Barbara in 1995 (Image: GETTY)
Barbara’s influence was significant over Sinatra, particularly when it came to her charity work.
This was detailed by Marcia Newberger, who co-authored Kirk and Anne: Letters of Love, Laughter and a Lifetime in Hollywood in 2017.
She described how Anne Douglas, wife of actor Kirk, was approached by Barbara to “help her build a home for abused children”.
In the book, Anne continued: “She said I had a reputation for fundraising and organization and she was going to open a facility at Eisenhower. I had no idea there was such terrible thing as child sexual abuse.
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Filming locations in the UK (Image: EXPRESS)
“I said yes of course, and the fabulous journey began! We created a board and the children came.
“Barbara’s passion and dedication became mine, and I had the pleasure of working with her, as President for several years, and sharing the joy of healing our kids.
“At this time, we have worked with and healed over 20,000 youngsters…and my own life was changed because of Barbara Sinatra.”
Barbara married Sinatra in 1976, and the couple remained together until the latter passed away in 1998.
In her biography, Barbara noted that while Sinatra “never asked me to change faith for him”, he was “pleased” when she decided to convert to Catholicism for him.
Frank Sinatra with Dean Martin (Image: GETTY)
In his will, Sinatra left Barbara around £2.9million ($3.5million) in assets, as well as mansions in Beverley Hills, Malibu and Palm Springs.
She also was given the rights to his Trilogy recordings, most of his other material possessions, and control over his name and likeness.
Yet, Sinatra wasn’t particularly behind the original idea of wedding a fourth time, after he had endured three previous failed marriages.
Friend and fellow charity activist Nelda Linsk noted in Ms Newberger’s book, that the couple broke up after Sinatra outlined his intention to not get hitched.
He added: “Both of them were obviously unhappy apart, so I decided to do the unheard of. I called Frank and told him he was being foolish. Barbara was a perfect wife for him.
“She had been a showgirl in Las Vegas and enjoyed his lifestyle… Frank took my advice, and Barbara Marx became Barbara Sinatra in 1976.”
The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes trailer
The 36-year-old tragically died in 1962, with an investigation from Los Angeles police noting that her death was “caused by a self-administered overdose of sedative drugs and that the mode of death is probable suicide”. This evening, Monroe is among a brilliant cast for The Misfits, which airs from 6:35pm on Great Movies Classic. The film, which was released a year before Monroe’s death, follows the story of a cowboy joining three other ‘misfit’ wanderers, namely a rodeo rider, a mechanic and a showgirl, to find out the meaning of their lives.
It also stars Clark Gable and Montgomery Clift, and saw Monroe crowned World Film Favourite at the 1961 Golden Globes.
The Californian actress managed to build a formidable reputation for her comedic “blonde bombshell” characters, earning her universal acclaim.
Such was her impact that she was recognised as one of the Fifties and Sixties’ most popular and illuminating figures.
Her popularity saw Monroe rub shoulders with heavyweights from all industries, including politics.
Marilyn Monroe death uncovered as Robert Kennedy ‘among final people to witness star alive’ (Image: GETTY)
Marilyn Monroe won a Golden Globe for The Misfits (Image: GETTY)
Among them was John F Kennedy, to who she famously sang Happy Birthday in 1962, sparking claims she had begun an intimate relationship with the then-US President.
But while her relationship with John F Kennedy was well documented, unearthed accounts show his brother Robert was among the final people to the actress alive.
Some of Monroe’s friendships were poured over in the new Netflix documentary The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes, including by Anthony Summers, who said he found evidence John F Kennedy’s sibling Robert, got into a row with the star on the day she died.
The documentary is based on Summers’ book Goddess: The Secret Lives of Marilyn Monroe, and is comprised of more than 650 interviews that the author conducted for his book.
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Marilyn Monroe died a year after The Misfits was released (Image: GETTY)
According to the film, Robert F Kennedy and his family were in Northern California and were staying with family friend John Bates, an attorney.
Several sources in the film argued that Robert F Kennedy actually visited her in the star’s final hours, reportedly to end the affair between her and his brother.
Reed Wilson, a surveillance expert, spoke about it in the film, noting how Monroe was “raising a stink” about a secret recording in her home.
She said: “[She] was calling [JFK] and the White House and complaining.”
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Marilyn Monroe died in 1962 (Image: GETTY)
Summers also spoke to wiretapping operative Paris Theodor, who has claimed he also listened to the recordings from Robert F Kennedy’s last visit to Monroe’s home.
In the tape, Theodore tells Summers he heard the President’s brother ask Monroe for what he believed was her diary.
Her final days have continued to be of interest to fans of Monroe, as well as conspiracy theorists, with many claiming the star was murdered.
Among the other interviews collected by Summers was with Monroe’s housekeep Eunice Murray, who confirmed the meeting between Robert F Kennedy and Monroe.
Filming locations in the UK (Image: EXPRESS)
According to Summers, Murray then let slip another key detail in a 1985 BBC interview.
He continued: “At the end of the interview, it was an extraordinary moment.
“She just spread her hands and almost cried, ‘Oh Mr Summers, why do I have to go on covering up?'”
Summers concluded in the Netflix documentary: “I did find evidence that the circumstances of her death had been deliberately covered up.
“If you then say to me, ‘Why were those circumstances covered up?’
“I would say that what the evidence suggests is that it was covered up because of her connection with the Kennedy brothers.”
The Misfits airs from 6:35pm on Great Movies Classic today.
Cara Delevingne shared a very passionate kiss with singer Minke this week while vacationing in Portofino, Italy.
Photographers snapped the model, 29, kissing the “Something Better” artist, 31, in the northern Italian city where Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian recently tied the knot.
Delevingne wore a Bob Marley T-shirt and blue shorts in the poolside shots as she leaned in for several smooches from the songwriter — whose real name is Leah Mason — clad in a white maxi dress.
The runway pro held a bottle of sparkling water during the standing makeout session while Minke held on to Carmen Maria Machado’s book, “Her Body and Other Parties,” a collection of stories celebrating female desire.
The sighting comes four months after the “Suicide Squad” actress was spotted kissing Sienna Miller at Temple Bar in New York City.
“It was like fluid friends. Sienna made out with this tall guy, and then she made out with Cara,” a source told Page Six at the time, noting that Delevingne’s sister Poppy, 35, was also there. “It was like a fun night out.”
Delevingne came out as pansexual in 2020, later admitting that she was “disgusted” by same-sex relationships and “suicidal” before coming to terms with her sexuality.
“I grew up in an old-fashioned household. I didn’t know anyone who was gay,” Delevingne, revealed March 2021. “I didn’t know that was a thing and actually, I think growing up … I wasn’t knowledgeable of the fact I was homophobic.”
She continued, “The idea of being [with] same-sex [partners], I was disgusted by that, in myself. I was like, ‘Oh, my God, I would never. That’s disgusting, ugh.’”
This eventually manifested itself as full-blown depression and suicidal thoughts for the beauty before she shared her truth and began embracing self-love.
“I was so ashamed of ever being that,” she said, adding, “But, actually, that was the part of me that I love so much and accept.”
Delevingne has previously dated Ashley Benson and singer St. Vincent.