The love letters of Elizabeth Taylor, who died of congestive heart decease last Wednesday, are all set to go under hammer. According to sources, there are more than 60 unpublished love letters, which were written to her first fiance William Pawley, when she was 17. Those letters will now bel sold at online auction in May.
It is reported that RR Auction at New Hampshire in US had bought Elizabeth Taylor's love letters from William Pawley, who was engaged to Dame Elizabeth for less than a year in 1949. Those letters were worth of 25,000 dollars two years ago. But after the death of Dame Elizabeth, their price has gone up and they are now estimated to fetch two or three times of their actual price at the online auction in May.
However, the letters of Liz Taylor reveal an insight into her teenage life. She wrote, “I've never known this kind of love before, it's so perfect and complete, and mature. I've never loved anyone in my life before one third as much as I love you and I never will (well, as far as that goes, I'll never love anyone else, period).