Frank Sinatra Sparked Marilyn Monroe’s Most Infamous Affair
In many ways, Frank Sinatra and John F. Kennedy’s friendship seemed destined. Sinatra belonged to a group known as ‘The Rat Pack’ throughout the ’50s and early ’60s. One of the group’s key members, Peter Lawford, was actually married to Kennedy’s little sister. As a result, Sinatra and Kennedy often found themselves in close corners and shared spaces, but it definitely didn’t seem like a problem.
The pair hit it off and really seemed to form a genuine bond with one another. The famous musician and politician’s friendship had its fair share of turbulence, and ultimately indirectly sparked the affair between Kennedy and the talented Marilyn Monroe.