She certainly wasn’t the only other woman. But after 35 years, Judith Exner is the sole mistress of the Kennedy age who’s kissed and told. In 1977, she admitted to bedding JFK in the White House, and in 1988, revealed that she’d been a messenger be tween Kennedy and mob boss Sam Giancana. Last week Exner—62 and terminally ill with cancer—delivered a final zinger: She once carried JFK’s child. When she informed Kennedy in January 1963 that she was pregnant, Exner tells Liz Smith in January’s Vanity Fair, he asked, “‘What are you going to do?’ Then he corrected himself and said, ‘I ’m sorry. What are we going to do?’” JFK didn’t mind if she kept the baby, but she didn’t want it. So, at his suggestion, she asked Giancana to arrange an abortion. The Kennedys have never responded to Exner’s charges, which don’t stop at the bedroom. El sewhere in the article, Exner claims Giancana--who was murdered in 1975--was involved with JFK and Bobby Kennedy in a Fidel Castro assassination plot.