Brooke Shields revealed on “The Howard Stern Show” that John F. Kennedy Jr. showed his “true colors” after she declined his sexual advances on their first and only date. Shields, who was a virgin at the time, did not think she could “handle” the possibility of Kennedy Jr. not speaking to her after having sex. Kennedy Jr. went on to marry publicist Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy in 1996, while Shields dated several men in Hollywood and was married to producer Chris Henchy, with whom she shares two daughters.
Actress Brooke Shields believes John F. Kennedy Jr. showed his “true colors” after declining his sexual advances on their first and only date.
Brooke Shields recently revealed on “The Howard Stern Show” that after declining John F. Kennedy Jr.’s sexual advances on their first and only date, she believes he showed his “true colors”. Shields, who was a virgin at the time, recalls being afraid that sex would hurt and that she would be giving him her “entire universe, my heart, my everything.” Shields had reportedly been “madly in love” with Kennedy Jr. since she was three years old, as her mother had always told her that he was the boy she would marry.
After declining Kennedy Jr.’s advances, Shields paid for her own cab home, which she says was “a little less chivalrous” on Kennedy Jr.’s part. The next day, Kennedy Jr. ignored Shields on the ski slopes which Shields took as a sign that she had made the right decision. Kennedy Jr. went on to marry Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy in 1996 and died in a plane crash with her three years later.
Shields, on the other hand, went on to date several men in Hollywood and was married to tennis pro Andre Agassi for two years. In 2001, she married producer Chris Henchy and they share two daughters. Shields’ story serves as a reminder of the importance of respecting boundaries in relationships and listening to one’s own instincts. Ultimately, Shields’ decision to decline Kennedy Jr.’s advances was the right one for her, and it allowed her to move on and find happiness in other areas of her life.