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"I'm not going to look at the photos that's my daughter!" he told Usmagazine.com in a telephone interview Feb 21.Even though he will not be viewing the pictures, he still approves of his daughter's decision to recreate the iconic 1962 photos known as "The Last Sitting" for New York magazine.
"Lindsay is an adult, and she knows the direction she wants to take her career. It's her decision," he said. "The fact that the photographer [Bert Stern] who did Marilyn Monroe's pictures would ask Lindsay to re-create them that's an amazing thing," he added.
One thing he hopes doesn't come from the photo set, is the way Marilyn Monroe lived her life and met her end. "I pray there are no parallels to her and Marilyn Monroe"s destiny," he stated. Monroe had died of an overdose of barbiturates at the age of 36, a fact which 21-year-old Lindsay is aware of and which she vows will not happen to her.