A letter to Jacqueline Kennedy with the refusal of marriage was sold for almost 125 thousand dollars

In London at auction Bonhams sold the letter of the former US first lady Jacqueline Kennedy. The lot was sold for £100 thousand, reports “bi-Bi-si”.

It is noted that this letter dates from the year 1967. Four years after the death of U.S. President John Kennedy, his widow went to the temples of Angkor Wat in Cambodia with David ormesby Gore – friend of her husband and former British Ambassador to the United States.

Then there were many rumours about their romantic connection. A few months later Gore made an offer to the former first lady, but she refused. This letter, Kennedy was among the documents found in Wales in the house of the Mountain. It was part of the lot, pushed under the hammer for £98.5 thousand

“We shared so many lives and deaths, of hopes and pain, we will share them always and will be forever associated with them,” wrote Kennedy Mountain.

In his message, the widow of U.S. President said that if she can find some healing and comfort, it should be with someone who is not part of her world “past and pain.”

In 1968, Kennedy married billionaire Aristotle Onassis. Mountains died in a car accident in 1985, Kennedy attended the funeral.