I lived with Lee Miller and Roland Penrose, he later became her husband, from late 1941 until after the end of the war. It was sort of a ménage à trois, but Roland was in the British army, and so the ménage à trois became a ménage à deux. After the liberation of Paris, Lee and I lived together in the Hotel Scribe in Paris. I had encouraged her to become a correspondent. She said, “For Vogue?”
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