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Marilyn Monroe with second husband baseball star Joe DiMaggio on their wedding day: AP 9 Goya was her favourite artist: She converted to Judaism before her marriage to Arthur Miller. Marilyn Monroe and third husband playwright Arthur Miller on the day of their wedding: AP 11 Her weight went up and down so dramatically during the filming of The Prince and the Showgirl that the costume designer, Beatrice Dawson, had to create facsimile dresses in different sizes.
Her first, Natasha Lytess, worked with her for six years and 22 films, clashing with directors, whose authority she challenged, and studio heads, who paid her bills.
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Later, Paula Strasberg took Lytess's role; unlike Lytess, who tried to direct Marilyn's every movement from behind the camera, Strasberg was consulted between takes. The piano had been bought by Marilyn's mother, and sold after she had her breakdown, but Marilyn eventually found it and bought it back, keeping it with her until her death.
She wore an apple green Pucci sheath dress made of nylon jersey and a platinum wig her head had been partially shaved during the autopsy. After the failure of their marriage, DiMaggio had undergone therapy, stopped drinking alcohol and expanded his interests beyond baseball: She vetoes the use of all images in which Marilyn wears fur, citing Marilyn's love of animals as a reason.
The centre was left its share by Dr Marianne Kris, one of Marilyn's therapists, and the original beneficiary of her will. She was 16 when they tied the knot. Dougherty, who later became a detective in the LAPD, was forbidden by his second wife from going to see any of Marilyn's films. In the colour bar was still in force, but Marilyn convinced the management to let Fitzgerald play by promising to sit in the front row for a week.
When he died, she said that she cried for two days. Among female studio employees - wardrobe mistresses, hairdressers, make-up artists - she often went without clothes. She gave interviews in the nude and often went out wearing nothing under the black mink that Joe DiMaggio had given her.
Jean-Paul Sartre wanted her to play the role of a hysterical patient in the film Freud, for which he wrote the first draft of a screenplay; she was Truman Capote's first choice for the part of Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany's. When the deputy coroner, Thomas Noguchi, tried to obtain her other organs for testing, he was told they'd been destroyed.
She claimed that when she was renovating the house she discovered an extensive system of wire-taps.
Looking tired but happy, they are still in the clothes they were wearing on their arrival from the States. The Millers are photographed relaxing in the grounds of Parkside House. They are shown dressed ready for a press conference later that evening at the Savoy Hotel in London.
The press conference at the Hotel is to publicise the Marilyn Monroe Productions film. The chair she sat on during the evening was auctioned as part of the Savoy Hotel's refurbishment sale, 51 years later in After a third official press conference, again at the Savoy Hotel, the Millers have lunch at luxury hotel Claridges in Mayfair.
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The play stars the English actor's wife Vivien Leigh as Sandra, but Monroe unwittingly upstages her after word spreads that the Hollywood film star is present and the police are called to control the crowd. Rehearsals begin for The Sleeping Prince. Marilyn is 'spotted' in Stratford Upon Avon, but it later turns out the woman seen was not the Hollywood star but a lookalike 24 July: Marilyn and Arthur attend a house party at "Little Court" in the neighbouring village of Windlesham, Surrey, on the invitation of the house's owner, actor Terence Rattigan.
PC Jack Packham from Bagshot police station is on duty at the gates to keep out uninvited guests. He doesn't recognise the famous pair and almost turns them away. The constable is reported as telling Marilyn's private detective "I'm sorry sir, I don't know the lady.
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Filming starts for The Sleeping Prince. The Daily Express run an exclusive story on Marilyn and Arthur who are spotted cycling in Windsor Great Park, which is yards from their new Surrey home.
According to the report, the Millers cycle to Smith's Lawn to watch a polo match, with bystanders commenting that Monroe "doesn't look very stable" on the bicycle. Arthur is alleged to have replied "Don't you worry about that. She's far better on a bike than I am".