In a new interview, Mia Farrow hints that Frank Sinatra, not Woody Allen, could be the biological father of her son, Ronan Farrow.
Farrow spoke to Vanity Fair in an interview published in the magazine's November issue, due out on Oct. 3, and talked about Sinatra being the great love of her life and the scandal following her split with Allen.
"We never really split up," the 68-year-old actress said of her relationship with Sinatra. When asked if 25-year-old Ronan may be the son of Sinatra, Mia replied, "Possibly."
The magazine reports that no DNA tests have been done to confirm who Ronan's father is, but when Nancy Sinatra Jr. was asked about Ronan's relationship with her family, she replied in an email, "He is a big part of us, and we are blessed to have him in our lives."
Ronan tweeted about his mother's comments to the magazine and wrote, "Listen, we're all *possibly* Frank Sinatra's son."
Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra wed in July 1966, but divorced in 1968. Mia married Andre Previn in 1970 and the couple had three biological children together and adopted three children, including Soon-Yi Previn, who is now Allen's wife. Mia and Andre divorced in 1979.
Mia and Allen began dating in 1980 and adopted two children together. In 1987, Mia gave birth to their son, Satchel Ronan O'Sullivan Farrow, who now goes by the name Ronan Farrow. Allen and Mia split when she discovered the director's relationship with Soon-Yi in the early '90s.
When Frank Sinatra died in 1998, Mia and Ronan attended the funeral. Ronan is a graduate of Bard College at Simon's Rock and Yale Law School and is also a Rhodes Scholar who has served in the Obama administration and was an advisor to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. According to The Hollywood Reporter, he is in talks to host his own show on MSNBC.
Ronan previously joked about his Allen's relationship with his sister Soon Yi in a tweet on Father's Day in 2012.
"Happy father's day -- or as they call it in my family, happy brother-in-law's day," he tweeted.
The November issue of Vanity Fair with Mia's interview hits newsstands in New York and Los Angeles on Oct. 3 and will be available on tablet devices on Oct. 8.