John F. Kennedy had a secret relationship with Audrey Hepburn after being seduced by the & # 39; very sexy, very naughty side & # 39; from the actress, unveils a new e-book.
The former president found the star of Breakfast at Tiffany & # 39; simply superb & # 39; and regularly invited her for sex sessions.
In private, Hepburn showed him a side of herself that was completely different from the primary and correct image she cultivated in her screen roles.
The couple managed to keep their affair out of the press and because it was clandestine, it became & # 39; more intense & # 39 ;, author Christopher Andersen claims in Jack and Jackie: Portrait of an American marriage.
The biography, first published in 1997, will be reissued next week as an e-book with new material that can be viewed exclusively at DailyMail.com.
The lost list of secret fans of John F Kennedy has been revealed in a new e-book biography
Hollywood lovers: Audrey Hepburn was one of the mistresses of the president and was often invited to sex sessions, the book claims. He also had an affair with headwoman Gene Tierney (right)
Perhaps his most notable mistress was Marilyn Monroe – pictured between JFK and Robert Kennedy when she sang the famous Happy Birthday to the president in 1962
Andersen, who has written biographies of Mick Jagger, Princess Diana and Hillary Clinton, sheds new light on Kennedy & # 39; s much published infidelity.
Tens of years after his murder, new revelations are still coming up about his loved ones, including actresses Anita Ekberg, Gene Tierney and Marlene Dietrich and the White House trainee, Mimi Alford, as well as two White House secretaries.
Other things from Kennedy were English-born actress Jean Simmons who said that he almost broke the door of her hotel room & # 39; to demand sex with her.
Angie Dickinson, who played in the original Ocean & # 39; s 11 in the 1960s, called sex with Kennedy & # 39; the most exciting seven minutes of my life & # 39;
The biography, first published in 1997, will be reissued as an e-book with new material exclusively viewed by DailyMail.com
A White House secretary, Mary Gallagher, told Andersen that she remembered seeing Hepburn come in to see Kennedy when he was a young senator.
& # 39; I remember Audrey Hepburn and I remember how the whole office was impressed when she entered. She was as graceful as a swan and wore a long, slender red umbrella, & # 39; she said.
At the time, Hepburn had just won an Oscar for Roman Holiday and was about to film Sabrina with Humphrey Bogart.
Andersen writes that she & # 39; Jackie out-Jackied & # 39; was with how she presented herself.
& # 39; She was extraordinarily intelligent, well read and very nice & # 39 ;, the book says.
& # 39; Audrey had this intoxicating smile – about what you saw on the screen – but she also had this very sexy, very naughty side that the audience never saw.
& # 39; They managed to keep their affair out of the press, and the fact that it was clandestine only made it much more intense. & # 39;
But it was Kennedy's affair with Marilyn Monroe – his most famous mistress – that particularly worried Jackie, who was afraid he would be deposed because of his bad judgment if it was exposed.
Decades after his death, new revelations continue to emerge about Kennedy & # 39; s lovers, including Swedish actress Anita Ekberg (left) and Days of Wine and Roses star Lee Remick (right) who had an affair with him when she was only 22
Actress Angie Dickinson (left) known for her role as Beatrice in the 1960 film Ocean & Eleven, described sex with Kennedy as the most exciting # seven minutes & # 39; of her life. British actress Jean Simmons (right) claimed that the former president had almost broken her hotel room door & # 39; to demand sex with her in 1958
No, thank you: a star that didn't fall for Kennedy & # 39; s charm was actress Sophia Loren, who allegedly asked the president twice in vain
The Breakfast at Tiffany & # 39; s star apparently & # 39; out-Jackied Jackie & # 39; in how elegantly she presented herself. Hepburn & # 39; s relationship with Kennedy managed to stay out of the press and it was illegal that the & # 39; more intense & # 39; the author says
According to Andersen, Jackie was worried that if Kennedy & # 39; s relationship with Monroe were made public, he would reveal his affair with Judith Campbell Exner, who was involved with mafia boss Sam Giancana.
In the 1960s, this would be seen as an unforgivable assessment error – but Kennedy was not worried at all.
In fact, he was particularly concerned about the accusation by the Democratically-controlled House and the Senate if he was not tough enough in Cuba during the missile crisis.
Kennedy & # 39; s other targets were reportedly Hamlet star Simmons, who filmed Home Before Dark in Boston in 1958 when he tried to enter her hotel room, but she turned it down.
Lee Remick, the blond star of Days of Wine and Roses, also had an affair with him when she was 22, six years younger than Jackie.
Remick was described as & # 39; drop dead gorgeous & # 39; and the & # 39; pinnacle of class and intelligence & # 39 ;, Andersen writes.
Angie Dickinson described Kennedy as & # 39; the killer type, a terribly handsome, charming man – the kind of man your mother hoped you wouldn't marry. & # 39;
Her assessment of sex with the former president: & # 39; It was the most exciting seven minutes of my life. & # 39;
But not everyone fell for Kennedy & # 39; s charm, including the legendary actress Sophia Loren, who was then 24 and had just refused a marriage proposal from actor Cary Grant, her co-star on the film Houseboat.
Mimi Alford (photo on the right in 2012) claimed that she had an affair with the president when she was a White House intern
Kennedy & # 39; s most outrageous affair is believed to have been with Judith Campbell Exner (left in 1955) because she was also involved with mafia boss Sam Giancana (right)
Ladies Man: JFK & # 39; s friend and former Florida senator, George Smathers, said it was rare for the president & # 39; to strike with someone & # 39; and did not take a no as an answer
Instead, she wanted to marry the producer Carlo Ponti of the film.
Kennedy sent his friend, Florida Senator George Smathers, to ask Loren on his behalf and invite her to his dinner in his hometown in Georgetown.
After she refused, Kennedy urged her to ask her personally. He later claimed it worked, but Loren denied it.
& # 39; I never saw Jack strike someone if he really wanted to meet with them, & # 39; Smathers is quoted.
& # 39; He just didn't want to take a no as an answer, and he kept it up until he beat them. & # 39;
Andersen also unravels a memo never before sent to former Secret Service Director James J. Rowley of an agent assigned to the detail of the Kennedy children.
It shows that Jackie tried to give their sons John F Kennedy Jr. and Patrick and daughter Caroline a normal upbringing, even though they were the first family.
The memo says they & # 39; very strong & # 39; felt that the secret service would be as far away as possible from the family.
& # 39; Kennedy is powerful in its claim that agents do not have special favors for John Jr. and Caroline must perform or wait for them as servants, & it said.
& # 39; Agents may not wear clothing, beach items, sand buckets, prams, prams, handbags, suitcases, etc. for Caroline and John Jr. and the children must wear their own clothing items, toys, etc. The agent must float quickly into the background upon arrival at a specific location and remain aloof and invisible until the time of departure. & # 39;
First Lady Jackie Kennedy (pictured in 1963) was not ignorant of her husband's infidelity, but feared that he would be deposed if they were made public
The book also reveals a memo in which Jackie & # 39; very strong & # 39; felt that the secret service was as far away as possible from the children. She is pictured above with her family on Christmas Day 1962
It also indicates how Jackie thought the agents were doing too much for the children and that it was & # 39; it was bad for the children to see adult men waiting for them & # 39 ;.
She explicitly stated that the agents should & # 39; require Caroline to pick up her own discarded clothing, shoes, toys, accessories, etc. & # 39 ;.
She even insisted that the officers would stay back if she and the children were to swim in the sea.
& # 39; Drowning is my responsibility. The secret service is not responsible for any accidents incurred by the children during the usual and normal play sessions. This is my only responsibility, & she said.
She also refused security for Caroline when she was riding and claimed that none of the officers were in the saddle.
The memo reads: & # 39; The Kennedy children are better riders than the secret service agents and that Caroline was probably safer to ride with other children than with a secret service agent & # 39; with a very limited knowledge of horses & # 39 ;.
Jackie herself had fallen off her horse and broke her collarbone while riding when she was young.
She said that Caroline should have her own share of spilled journeys and accidents – how else will she learn? & # 39;
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