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The legendary icon! Facts about Marilyn Monroe that you probably didn’t know

14/04/2018

Marilyn Monroe is definitely the greatest sex symbol of all times and one of the most famous icons in the world of fashion. Whenever we say fashion, we say Marilyn Monroe. She is considered the fashion icon of the 20th century. She was born on June 1, 1926 and is widely known for her unique style, which continues to inspire many, especially in the world of fashion. An actor and a singer, she developed a style that has resisted throughout decades after her death. It is said that the irresistible lipstick was created precisely by Marilyn Monroe. She made it sexy, and therefore when I see a blonde woman with red lips it reminds me of her. There will never be another sex icon like Marilyn Monroe, a rising star that left many unanswered questions. As of recently, there have been discovered a few facts about her that you probably didn’t know. Scroll down to learn about them all. The facts are accompanied by some of her pictures in order to get more inspiration from this undisputable star.

 

 

Marilyn Monroe’s intelligence quotient was measured at 168, higher than Albert Einstein.

 

 

Marilyn Monroe was born Norma Jeane Mortenson.

 

 

She wasn’t as passionate about diamonds as she sang about them.

 

 

Marilyn Monroe started her modeling career with her naturally brown hair, but she later had some surgical interventions on her chin and nose.

 

 

She loved reading 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

She liked Beethoven, Mozart and Louis Armstrong.

 

 

Marilyn loved cooking and she was a great cook indeed!

 

 

Ella Fitzgerald built up her career thanks to Marilyn Monroe.

 

 

Her dresses are among the most expensive nowadays.

 

 

For twelve years in a row people used to take flowers to Marilyn Monroe’s grave.

 

 

A lot of people committed suicide when they knew about Marilyn Monroe’s death.

 

 

Marilyn Monroe was buried on her favorite green Pucci dress.

 

 

Death before riches

 

 

In 1953 her face was everywhere

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