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Ronan Farrow Frank Sinatra's Son? Mom Mia Farrow Says 'Possibly'

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By Alexandra Ward   |   Wednesday, 02 Oct 2013 02:04 PM

Ronan Farrow may be the son of legendary singer Frank Sinatra, not director Woody Allen, Mia Farrow revealed in a recent interview with Vanity Fair.

Farrow and Sinatra were married briefly in the '60s, when she was just 21 and he was 50, but the actress admitted that the two were involved long after they got divorced in 1968.

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"We never really split up," she said, so Ronan could "possibly" be Sinatra's son.

"I asked her point blank, and I said, 'Is Ronan Frank Sinatra's son?' and she said, 'Possibly,'" Vanity Fair writer Maureen Orth told "Today's" Matt Lauer about her interview with Farrow. "No DNA tests have been done. But they never really broke up. Obviously they got divorced. She was only 21 when she married him, he was 50, she lost her virginity to him.... she said he was the love of her life."

The "Rosemary's Baby" star went on to marry German-Austrian pianist Andre Previn. They adopted three children and had three biologically before splitting up in 1979, according to ABC News.

She then began a long-term relationship with Allen, adopted two more children, and gave birth to son Ronan in 1987. Farrow and Allen famously broke up in 1992, when she learned that he was having an affair with her adopted daughter, 22-year-old Soon-Yi Previn. In the custody battle that followed, Farrow accused Allen of molesting Ronan's sister Dylan, but no charges were ever filed.

Many have pointed out the resemblance between Ronan Farrow and Sinatra and even he joked about it on Twitter Wednesday.

When asked about Ronan Farrow, Frank Sinatra's daughter Nancy replied, "He is a big part of us, and we are blessed to have him in our lives," according to Orth.

Now 25, Ronan Farrow is a Bard College and Yale Law School graduate and a Rhodes Scholar who is reportedly in talks to host his own MSNBC show, according to The Hollywood Reporter.  

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