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Dietrich edziniĝis nur unufoje, nome al helporeĝisoro Rudolf Sieber, kiu poste iĝis ecame helporeĝisoro en Paramount Pictures en Francio, responsa pri dublado al fremdaj lingvoj. La nura filo de Dietrich, nome [[Maria Riva]], naskiĝis en Berlino la 13an de decembro 1924. Ŝi iĝis poste aktorino, kaj laboris ĉefe en televido. Kiam Maria naskis filon (J. Michael Riva, poste fama produktora dezajnisto) en 1948, Dietrich estis nomita "la plej seksalloga avino en la mondo". Post la morto de Dietrich, Riva publikigis honestan kaj tre laŭditan biografion de sia patrino, titolitan ''Marlene Dietrich'' (1992).<ref>[http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1394714.Marlene_Dietrich_by_Her_Daughter "Marlene Dietrich by Her Daughter"]. ''Goodreads''. Alirita la 19an de marto 2015.</ref>
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ThroughoutLaŭlonge herde careersia kariero, Dietrich hadhavis ansenfinan unendingserion stringde of affairsamaferoj, somekelkaj short-livedel kiuj mallongdaŭraj, somekelkaj lastingdaŭraj decadesjardekojn. TheyIli oftenofte overlappedkoincidis andkaj wereestis almostpreskaŭ allĉiuj knownkonataj tode herŝia husbandedzo, toal whomkiu sheŝi washavis inla thekutimon habitpasigi ofla passingamleterojn theel lovesiaj letters from her menamantoj, sometimesfoje withenhavantajn bitingtiklajn commentskomentojn.{{sfn|Riva|1994|p=344}} WhenKiam Dietrich arrivedalvenis inen HollywoodHolivudon andkaj filmedfilmis ''[[Morocco (1930 filmfilmo)|Morocco]]'' (1930), sheŝi hadhavis anamaferon affair withkun [[Gary Cooper]], evenkvankam thoughli heestus washavanta havingamaferon ankun affairla withmeksika Mexican actressaktorino [[Lupe Vélez]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.historyonfilm.com/actors/gary-cooper.htm |title=History on Film: Actors: Gary Cooper |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20120211233832/http://www.historyonfilm.com/actors/gary-cooper.htm |archivedate=1111a de Februaryfebruaro 2012 }}</ref> Vélez once said, "If I had the opportunity to do so, I would tear out Marlene Dietrich's eyes."<ref>{{cite journal |journal=Revista Vanidades de México |volume=46 |issue=12 |title=Marlene Dietrich |year=2006|page= 141|issn= 1665-7519}}</ref> Another of her famous affairs was [[John Gilbert (actor)|John Gilbert]], famous for his alleged affair with [[Greta Garbo]]. Gilbert's untimely death was one of the most painful events of her life.{{sfn|Bach|1992|pp=207, 211}} Dietrich also had a brief affair with [[Douglas Fairbanks Jr.]], even though he had been married to [[Joan Crawford]].{{sfn|Bach|1992|p=223}} At the filming of ''[[Destry Rides Again]]'', Dietrich started a love affair with co-star [[James Stewart]], which ended after filming. In 1938, Dietrich met and began a relationship with writer [[Erich Maria Remarque]], and in 1941, the French actor and military hero [[Jean Gabin]]. Their romance began when both were supporting the Allied troops in World War II. The relationship ended in the mid-1940s.
 
In the early 1940s, Dietrich had an affair with Cuban-American writer [[Mercedes de Acosta]], who claimed to be Greta Garbo's lover. ''[[Sewing circle]]'' was a phrase used by Dietrich<ref name="freeman">{{cite news |last=Freeman |first=David |title=Closet Hollywood: A gossip columnist discloses some secrets about movie idols |url=https://www.nytimes.com/books/01/01/07/reviews/010107.07freemat.html |accessdate=18 April 2011 |newspaper=[[The New York Times]] |date=7 January 2001 }}</ref> to describe the underground, closeted lesbian and bisexual film actresses and their relationships in Hollywood. In the supposed "Marlene's Sewing Circle" <ref>{{cite book |last=Madsen |first=Axel |title=The Sewing Circle: Sappho's Leading Ladies |year=2002 |publisher=Kensington Books |location=New York |isbn=978-0-7582-0101-0 |page=3 |url=https://books.google.com/books?id=QwxFfhiFcAAC&lpg=PA3&dq=%22sewing%20circles%22%20lesbian&pg=PA3#v=onepage&q&f=false }}</ref> are mentioned the names of other close friends such as Ann Warner (the wife of [[Jack L. Warner]], one of the owners of the Warner studios), [[Lili Damita]] (an old friend of Marlene's from Berlin and the wife of [[Errol Flynn]]), [[Claudette Colbert]],<ref>{{cite book |last1=Moser |first1=Margaret |title=Movie Stars Do the Dumbest Things |date=2011 |publisher=Macmillan |isbn=978-1-4299-7837-8 |page=73 }}</ref> and [[Dolores del Río]] (whom Dietrich considered the most beautiful woman in Hollywood).{{sfn|Bach|1992|p=240}}{{sfn|Riva|1994|pp=489, 675}} The French singer [[Edith Piaf]] was also one of Dietrich's closest friends during her stay in Paris in the 1950s, and there were rumors of something more than friendship between them.{{sfn|Bach|1992|pp=316, 380}} She also had a long term affair with Ginette Spanier head of the House of Balmain.
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