The Passionate and Tragic Love Story of Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh

“O my darling little love I do long for you so, oh my hearts blood it is unbearable without you,” wrote Olivier to Leigh early in their affair, a very passionate one in the beginning but ending with a devastating downfall, which shocked a whole world that used to adoring “Larry and Viv.” An auctionContinue reading “The Passionate and Tragic Love Story of Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh”

27 Wonderful Photos of James Dean and His Girlfriend Pier Angeli in the 1950s

Dean’s best-remembered relationship was with young Italian actress Pier Angeli, whom he met while Angeli was shooting The Silver Chalice (released in 1955) on an adjoining Warner lot, and with whom he exchanged items of jewelry as love tokens. Angeli, during an interview fourteen years after their relationship ended, described their times together:“We used toContinue reading “27 Wonderful Photos of James Dean and His Girlfriend Pier Angeli in the 1950s”

20 Lovely Photos of a Couple That Dressed in Matching Outfits Every Day for 35 Years

A married couple who have dressed alike every day for 35 years say it is the clearest way of showing that ‘we’re together.’ Donald Featherstone, who made a fortune from inventing the plastic pink flamingo lawn ornament in the late Fifties, and his wife Nancy, told The Sun that they even phone each other whenContinue reading “20 Lovely Photos of a Couple That Dressed in Matching Outfits Every Day for 35 Years”

30 Wonderful Photographs of Gala and Salvador Dalí From the 1930s to the 1960s

“I love her more than my mother, more than my father, more than Picasso, and even more than money.” – Salvador DaliThere has always been a great woman behind every great man. For a Spanish painter Salvador Dali that strong woman was Gala, a Russian lady, idolized by Dali. All the female characters on hisContinue reading “30 Wonderful Photographs of Gala and Salvador Dalí From the 1930s to the 1960s”

25 Wonderful Photos of Freddie Mercury With Mary Austin, the Woman Who Stole His Heart

Freddie Mercury’s love life sadly always had been in the focus of the press and public eye. There had been and still are lots of rumors and lies about this delicate and private topic. Furthermore, the press seems to forget that Mercury had the most attaching relationships with women, of which the most endurable andContinue reading “25 Wonderful Photos of Freddie Mercury With Mary Austin, the Woman Who Stole His Heart”

19 Vintage Photographs of a Young Bill and Hillary Clinton From Between the Late 1960s and 1970s

Before becoming President and First Lady of the United States of America, Bill and Hillary were just two hopelessly devoted, liberal lovebirds. After first locking eyes at Yale Law School back in 1971, a young Hillary Rodham, pre-presidential candidate days, approached Bill Clinton outside of their school library with a confidence that has followed herContinue reading “19 Vintage Photographs of a Young Bill and Hillary Clinton From Between the Late 1960s and 1970s”

30 Beautiful Vintage Photos of Romy Schneider and Alain Delon in the Late 1950s and Early 1960s

Celebrities always draw attention of the public. And when they exit the stage, they are quickly forgotten. Who recalls celebrity couple of the 1960s, Schneider and Delon? They were the most beautiful couple of the time… Romy Schneider (1938–1982) was a film actress born in Vienna who held German and French citizenship. She was onlyContinue reading “30 Beautiful Vintage Photos of Romy Schneider and Alain Delon in the Late 1950s and Early 1960s”

David Bowie With His Wife Angie Bowie at Victoria Station Before He Left on a Train to Paris, July 1973

Bowie’s first marriage to Cypriot-American model Angela Bowie ended in divorce and estrangement. Angela, or ‘Angie’ as she is known, was only 19 when she met Bowie at a gig at The Roundhouse in London in 1969. The pair were married one year later and a year after that welcomed their son, Duncan Zowie HaywoodContinue reading “David Bowie With His Wife Angie Bowie at Victoria Station Before He Left on a Train to Paris, July 1973”