Love is pain. That's the message of the Richard Burton–Elizabeth Taylor story                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Love is pain. That's the message of the Richard Burton–Elizabeth Taylor story

Love is pain. That's the message of the Richard Burton–Elizabeth Taylor story More

Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton---they couldn't stay apart or together. One of my favorite couples ever. #taylorandburton

A furious kind of love: She married eight times but only her relationship with Richard Burton truly defined her

Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton---they couldn't stay apart or together. One of my favorite couples ever. #taylorandburton

Elizabeth Taylor and husband Richard Burton fell in love during filming of CLEOPATRA.  They married in Montreal, in 1964 ~ nine days after her marriage to Eddie Fisher ended.  The bride wore an   empire-style yellow chiffon gown, with lily of the valley and white hyacinth blossoms in her hair

Revealed in all its glittering glory: Elizabeth Taylor's £100m collection of gems, gowns and art goes on display at Christie's

Elizabeth Taylor and husband Richard Burton fell in love during filming of CLEOPATRA. They married in Montreal, in 1964 ~ nine days after her marriage to Eddie Fisher ended. The bride wore an empire-style yellow chiffon gown, with lily of the valley and white hyacinth blossoms in her hair

“I wouldn’t give up one minute of my time with Richard Burton. Not a moment of the ecstatic rollercoaster years of our first marriage, nor the ill-starred attempt at a second go-round.” Elizabeth Taylor, 1987. Photo by Douglas Kirkland, 1963.

“I wouldn’t give up one minute of my time with Richard Burton. Not a moment of the ecstatic rollercoaster years of our first marriage, nor the ill-starred attempt at a second go-round.” Elizabeth Taylor, 1987. Photo by Douglas Kirkland, 1963.

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Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor: How drinking cocooned them from pressure of fame. Without it, they couldn't even make love

“I love her, not for her breasts, her buttocks or her knees but for her mind. It is inscrutable. She is like a poem."  — Richard Burton

“I love her, not for her breasts, her buttocks or her knees but for her mind. It is inscrutable. She is like a poem." — Richard Burton

That waist! 'Cleopatra' (1963). Elizabeth Taylor in green. Costume Designer - Irene Sharaff.

That waist! 'Cleopatra' (1963). Elizabeth Taylor in green. Costume Designer - Irene Sharaff.

Maybe not the healthiest of relationships, but certainly iconic. Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, 1963

Maybe not the healthiest of relationships, but certainly iconic. Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, 1963

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