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Kennedy and wife Carolyn died in a 1999 plane crash.

Furthermore …

Some ‘George’-worthy gossip

A new book asserts that John F. Kennedy Jr. often left his office and his bachelor pad a mess; stuffed his mouth and talked while he ate, spraying bits of food around the room; and was obsessed with photos of naked women.

In fact, says author Matt Berman, former creative director for Kennedy’s magazine, “George,” Kennedy had a secret “rendezvous” with Princess Diana in which she refused his request to pose nude for the magazine’s cover.

“But,” Berman says John Jr. told him, “she had a great pair of legs!”

In an excerpt from “JFK Jr., George & Me” in London’s Daily Mail, Berman describes himself as devoted to Kennedy. “Just as nothing turned into everything when I met him,” Berman wrote, “everything turned into nothing when he died.”

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