Elizabeth Taylor was known as much for her husbands as she was for her talent and her gorgeous looks. Her many husbands became a but of many a joke. Perhaps she fell in love to easily, her perhaps men just fell in love with her to easily, but regardless, Elizabeth Taylor took multiple trips to the alter. She was married 8 times to 7 different men. Who were they all?
Conrad “Nicky” Hilton from May 6, 1950 January 29, 1951
He was the son of Conrad Hilton Sr, the founder of the Hilton Hotels. Elizabeth reportedly left him due to his drinking. He also was romantically involved with Natalie Wood, Joan Collins and even hooked up with Zsa Zsa Gabor when she was still married to his father.
Michael Wilding from February 21, 1952 January 26, 1957
While married to Wilding (and artist and actor), Elizabeth gave birth to two sons.
Michael Todd from February 2, 1957 March 22, 1958
She was widowed when the theater and film producer was in a private plane called the Lucky Liz crashed in New Mexico.
Eddie Fisher from May 12, 1959 March 6, 1964
Eddie Fisher was best friends with Micheal Todd and left his wife Debbie Reynolds for Elizabeth Taylor, which became quite a scandal at the time. He was also married to Connie Stevens.
Richard Burton from March 15, 1964 June 26, 1974
While filming Cleopatra, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton fell in love but both were married at the time (Taylor was married to Eddie Fisher still). As soon as both of their divorces were finalized, the two got hitched. At the time Taylor said, “”I’m so happy you can’t believe it. This marriage will last forever.” The two divorced on June 26th, 1974 only to rewed on October 10th, 1975. They divorced for good on July 29, 1976. But during 1975 and 1976, Elizabeth was involved with Ardeshir Zahedi, an Iranian ambassador before her divorce was finalized, but the relationship would not last.
John Warner from December 4, 1976 November 7, 1982
Instead of someone from the entertainment industry, Elizabeth married John Warner, a US senator from Virginia.
Larry Fortensky from October 6, 1991 October 31, 1996
A tabloid favorite, the tale of the construction worker who met and married Elizabeth Taylor was a surprise to many, especially since he was about 27 younger than Taylor.