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Starting to cry, Raquel remembers: “I know that often I look back and think of all four (marriages), and the lovers in between, and I say the one with the best character and the one I was most devoted to was Jim. I suddenly thought, ‘Oh my gosh, I always thought he knew who I was’. It was hard but I felt I’d resent him all my life if I didn’t go.” She made the right decision.“I suddenly realised I couldn’t make him go, he doesn’t do what he doesn’t want to do. After minor roles in TV series Bewitched, Mc Hale’s Navy and The Virginian, in 1965 she landed a big movie deal with 20th Century Fox.

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The couple had two children, Damon, now 55, and Tahnee, 53.

In 1967, she married director and producer Pat­­rick Curtis.

They divorced in 1972 and in 1980 she wed Andre Weinfeld. She wed Richard Palmer in 1999 and they separated in 2010. He said he wouldn’t go to that town, it’s such a phoney town.

Standing astride a rock, in a bikini salvaged from scraps of deer leather, Raquel Welch became one of the most iconic sex symbols of our time.

Nearly 50 years on from One Million Years BC, that role is heralded as the one that made every woman want to be her and every man want to date her.

But while Raquel will go down with the likes of Dr No’s Ursula Andress in cinema history, off-screen her love life has all the ingredients of a movie... Despite a string of romances and four failed marriages, Raquel is not ready to say goodbye to romance just yet.

She adds that at 75 she would be open to marriage number five.

There is however one thing for sure this time round - she’s only interested if love comes to her. “I go on platonic dates but I haven’t found anyone to swoon over.” But would I marry again? “But I wouldn’t rule it out.” Fans will agree she has certainly been unlucky in love.

Raquel, born Jo Raquel Tejada in Chicago, Illinois, first married in 1959, aged 19 to James Welch – whose name she kept – and most recently from 1999 until 2003 to Richard Palmer.

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