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Superyacht for the superstars! Aristotle Onassis's Christina O, where he wined and dined with wife Jackie, Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton and Churchill can be hired for $800k a week

If you have £545,000 to spare, you could enjoy for a week what the likes of Winston Churchill, Elizabeth Taylor and Maria Callas once had access to for free. The Christina O super yacht, which started life as a Canadian military frigate before it was converted at a cost of £3million, can be chartered privately.
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Sophia Loren angered Richard Burton with Scrabble cheating

Hollywood icon Sophia Loren has recalled how she upset her 'Brief Encounter' co-star Richard Burton by cheating during a game of 'Scrabble'. Sophia Loren says Richard Burton refused to play her at Scrabble after he caught her cheating. The 86-year-old actress and late screen icon - who died in August...
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Eddie Fisher Learned of Elizabeth Taylor’s Affair From Richard Burton Himself

Eddie Fisher and Elizabeth Taylor’s affair was full-blown tabloid scandal, but it was eclipsed by Taylor’s affair with Richard Burton. The actors fell in love on set of Cleopatra in 1961, while Taylor was still married to Fisher. Their marriage took a dramatic turn when Fisher learned of the affair, and Burton even confirmed their romance to Fisher in a heated phone call.
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Matthew Rhys Plays Richard Burton in Newly Released Audio Play

Emmy winner Matthew Rhys (The Americans) stars in a new audio edition of the solo show Playing Burton, available starting today via Audible. Written by Mark Jenkins, Playing Burton explores the life and career of legendary actor Richard Burton, from his impoverished youth in South Wales to his love affair with Elizabeth Taylor to his public battle with alcoholism. Rhys first saw the show while studying at the Royal Academy in London and pitched Audible the project during the initial Covid-19 lockdown.
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Richard Burton Gave Elizabeth Taylor an Unexpected Jewelry Piece the First Time He Proposed

Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton’s romance was one of the most volatile yet awe-inspiring celebrity love stories in history. The couple’s on-again-off-again relationship was filled with irresistible chemistry, heated fights, and a luxurious lifestyle that lasted more than a decade. Though their romance was met with scrutiny from the public and the media, Taylor and Burton’s love for each other was undeniable from the start.
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Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton Were the Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie of the 1960s and ’70s

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt — coined Brangelina throughout their relationship — boasted quite the intoxicating romance story. From forbidden love to marriage, kids, and divorce, their tale possesses many similarities to that of the “Battling Burtons —” Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, who married and divorced…twice. Let’s start from the beginning.
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Unlike Elizabeth Taylor, I won’t be sitting around waiting for Richard Burton – here’s the jewellery I’m gifting to myself this Christmas

Marie Claire is supported by its audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn commission on some of the items you choose to buy. With much of the country in total lockdown and Christmas all but officially cancelled for thousands, forget Santa, says our Fashion Editor at Large Jess Wood. I'm joining the 40% of jewellery buyers opting for symbolic and hopeful 'treat yourself' purchases this Christmas.