Marilyn Monroe. She was an American icon. Probably best known for her modeling...she was also a wonderful actress. I have never seen her in a movie that I didn't like. She was fantastic in comedies. She was a true beauty that brought out the beautiful in those around her. <3

Alfred Eisenstaedt (Poland - Marilyn Monroe - May 1953 - photosession (for Life magazine) on patio outside her home North Dohenny Drive West Hollywood)

Black & White | Marilyn Monroe and Edgar Degas' "Le Danseur" (at the Huntington Museum, Pasadena CA)

suicideblonde: “ Marilyn Monroe photographed by Joshua Logan with Petite danseuse de 14 ans by Edgar Degas at William Goetz House in 1956 ”

Marilyn Monroe - Gentlemen Prefer Blondes - Musical Comedy Movie Poster Print  13x19 - Vintage Movie Poster - Jane Russell

Infobox Film name = Gentlemen Prefer Blondes caption = Theatrical Poster director = Howard Hawks producer = Sol C. Siegel writer = Anita Loos (novel and play) Joseph Fields (play) Charles Lederer starring = Jane Russell Marilyn Monroe music =…

LIFE at Home (in Hollywood) with Marilyn Monroe :: Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1953 | LIFE.com - Fabulous 50s hair and terrific portrait by Eisenstaedt

LIFE at Home With Marilyn Monroe, 1953

Marilyn Monroe photographed by William Carroll 1946.

William Carroll - Marilyn Monroe (Norma Jeane) - July 1945 - posing on the beach in Santa Monica - wearing a white shirt and a red scarf

Marilyn Monroe with Arthur Miller`s daughter in 1956.

Marilyn Monroe with Arthur Miller`s daughter in 1956.

If you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best - Marilyn Monroe quote

If you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best - Marilyn Monroe quote

Hollywood film cutter Gladys Baker shares a happy moment at the beach with her 3 year-old daughter Norma Jeane, the future Marilyn Monroe, in 1929.

Norma Jeane Baker around the age of with her mother, Gladys, who would place the young child in foster care and then eventually reclaim her, only to be forced herself to be institutionalized at the State Hospital in Norwalk, Los Angeles County.

Her Highness is upon her throne.

Just be a queen. She may have been the "queen" of Hollywood's silver screen, but that seems to matriarch-ish. I prefer to call her a "princess" since she was a younger gal.

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