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Did Elizabeth Taylor have a secret love child?
Unlike many child stars, Taylor was able to navigate the tricky waters of show business and transition into adulthood with the same level of success. Beyond having a long and fulfilling career, Taylor led a personal life that some would dub " scandalous. Despite her many marriage mates, Taylor had just four children: Michael Wilding Jr. Her grandchildren, however, number into the double digits. According to Vanity Fair , Taylor enjoyed having her 10 grandkids, along with her own children, visit her at her home, an impressive mansion in Bel Air.
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Secret love child? Elizabeth Taylor gave up a baby, it has been claimed today. The late Hollywood legend gave birth to a baby girl called Norah, according to psychic and self-proclaimed Taylor confidant John Cohan. Cohan claims that Taylor had been a client of his since the s and told him he could not reveal the secret until after her death. Living in Ireland, the child, resenting the mother who gave her up, wanted nothing to do with Elizabeth. Doting mother: The actress with her sons Michael and Christopher Wilding in the s. Adams, a well-known gossip columnist, admitted she couldn't confirm Cohan's claim, but added: 'I tell it because one can't ignore the story in case there's some truth.
One of film's most celebrated stars, Taylor fashioned a career that's covered more than six decades, accepting roles that have not only showcased her beauty, but her ability to take on emotionally charged characters. Taylor's American parents, both art dealers, were residing in London when she was born. Performance was in Taylor's blood. Her mother had worked as an actress until she married. At the age of 3, the young Taylor started dancing, and eventually gave a recital for Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret. Not long after relocating to California a family friend suggested the Taylors' daughter take a screen test.
Born: February 27, London, England American actress. Elizabeth Taylor is one of film's most famous women, having starred in over fifty films and having won two Academy Awards. She also attracted attention because of her eight marriages and her devotion to raising money for research to fight acquired immune deficiency syndrome AIDS; a virus that destroys the body's ability to fight off infection. Her father was a successful art dealer who had his own gallery in London. Her mother was an actress who had been successful before marriage under the stage name Sara Sothern.