Above she is pictured in 1970In the book being published by Doubleday on October 27, Kaplan explains that Sinatra spent the first three months of 1987 in Hawaii and Palm Springs, California, while 'sometime in March, Mia Farrow, then living in New York and in the midst of her 13-year relationship with Woody Allen, conceived [Ronan].' The famed director even seems unsure if he's the father, writing in The New York Times, 'Is he my son or, as Mia suggests, Frank Sinatra's?
Granted, he looks a lot like Frank with the blue eyes and facial features, but if so what does this say?
She might be feeling rotten but she is dressed to party and dolled up to the nines: immaculate blond hair which she keeps shaking out of her eyes, French-manicured nails, long curling eyelashes.
She is wearing a floaty knee-length skirt with a sky-blue silk top and, of course, boots - which today are beige suede.
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Four weeks earlier she cancelled our interview due to a chest infection, and she was on the point of cancelling again today.
The vertigo is, apparently, a side effect of the same illness and only came on last night.
Trump will be officially sworn in as President of the United States on 20 January.Joey Bishop was listed on the original program, but had to bow out when he “slipped a disk backing out of Frank’s presence,” according to Carson, his replacement, who was only three years into his tenure as host of —will be screened this month at the Museum of Television & Radio in New York and at the Los Angeles branch, and will also be broadcast later this year on “Nick at Nite”’s cable channel.The edited 90-minute version of the benefit—featuring Frank, Dino, Sammy, and Johnny—represents the only known full-length video of the Rat Pack in performance.(A two-volume compact disc exists of the Rat Pack performing at the Villa Venice club in Chicago in 1962—a gig they were strong-armed into doing by the mobster Sam Giancana.) The Rat Pack kine-scope, found in a closet at the Dismas House, is more than a historical curio.It has the glamorous wham of a championship prizefight.