An everlasting Love Nest: Hugh Hefner gets his headstone in LA cemetery next to his first magazine cover girl Marilyn Monroe

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Just in time for Christmas, the late Playboy founder Hugh Hefner’s headstone was affixed to his grave marker alongside Marilyn Monroe’s final resting place at the exclusive Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery.

The simple plaque bears Hefner’s first name, middle initial ‘M’ and last name, followed by the years of his birth and death, 1926-2017.

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A photo of the grave site taken over the weekend shows the newly installed headstone adorned with a single white rose.

It is no coincidence that the media mogul who revved up the sexual revolution in the 1950s will end up spending an eternity in the company of America's most celebrated sex symbol.

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Hefner reserved the plot at the celebrity-packed Westwood Village Memorial Park in Los Angeles next Monroe, who was Playboy's inaugural cover girl, in 1992 at the cost of $75,000, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Hefner, the pipe-smoking silk-pajama-wearing embodiment of the lifestyle he touted, passed away at the age on 91 on September 27. A statement released by Playboy Enterprises at the time said the magazine founder died at the Playboy Mansion in Beverly Hills of natural causes.

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It was revealed shortly after his death that Hefner succumbed to cardiac arrest, respiratory failure and septicemia after contracting an aggressive strain of e-coli which was resistant to drugs.

Besides Monroe, who passed away in...
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