Mia Farrow Confesses Frank Sinatra Might Be The Real Father Of Her Son, Not Woody Allen

Date March 5, 2019 12:09

When the blue-eyed crooner first met the rising film star Mia Farrow, he was immediately smitten. Sinatra was 48 and Farrow was 19 at that time but the age difference didn’t prevent them from getting married a few years later.


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One year after, Sinatra's lawyer served Farrow with divorce papers. The actress blamed the age difference for the ending of their union saying she was too immature when she married Frank. Despite that, the two remained friends until the singer’s death.


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After Sinatra, Farrow had a serious relationship with film director Woody Allen, which lasted for 13 years. In 1987, the actress gave birth to their son, Satchel O'Sullivan Farrow, who is now known as Ronan Farrow.

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But in 2013, she revealed that Allen might not be Ronan’s biological father.

Is Ronan Sinatra’s son?

In the interview with Vanity Fair, the actress confessed after the years of rumors that Sinatra could “possibly” be Ronan’s real father, not Woody.


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The speculation arose after many people had noticed that Ronan has no similar features with Allen. On the contrary, he possesses a striking resemblance with Sinatra.


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If this is true, it would mean that Farrow had an affair with the singer 19 years after they divorced while she was still with Allen. In the interview, Mia claimed that Sinatra was the greatest love of her life. She commented:

We never really split up.

However, in 2015, Sinatra’s daughter Nancy said on CBS Sunday Morning interview that this is "nonsense" and Frank could not be Ronan’s biological dad.


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The best way to end this speculation would be to do a paternity test but Ronan doesn’t seem to have a desire to do it. Perhaps, he just wants to keep this “legend” in his family and tell it to his grandkids.

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