A Pretender to Camelot

Jack Worthington believes President John F. Kennedy may be his father.

A Pretender to Camelot

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Although Worthington maintains he is not claiming to be JFK's love child for money or fame, he was photographed in Vanity Fair astride a polo pony in a spread shot by First Lady Jackie Kennedy's favorite photographer, Harry Benson.

Worthington says the only reason he went to Vanity Fair and agreed to go public was because the magazine promised to conduct a DNA test, which Worthington says is the one sure way to prove whether he is President Kennedy's son. (Harry Benson/Vanity Fair)

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