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“Wed to Lady Jean? A Mystery, by Norman Mailer.” Article-interview by Fern Marja Eckman and Alfred G. Aronowitz. New York Post, 26 April, 4. Mailer confirms reports that he has divorced his second wife, Adele Morales, in Juarez, Mexico, but won’t confirm (accurate) reports that he had wed Lady Jean Campbell, daughter of the Earl of Argyll and granddaughter of Lord Beaverbrook. “There’s a theory that Jeannie and I both love a mystery,” Mailer says, “and that’s why we’re keeping a firm secret on the little matter—whether we’re married or not.” See 62.6, 62.10.