Anita Pallenberg, the Black Queen in the film 'Barbarella', first met the Stones when she attended their concert in Munich in 1965. Living as a model, alternating with the society of the Dolce Vita in Rome and then in New York with Warhol's orbit to settle afterwards in Paris. At that concert in Munich found her way into the backstage and contacted the band, which she offered hash but they rejected, but Brian Jones invited her to his hotel room after the performance. From there on she involved in a turbulent and intense relationship with the guitarist of the band, which lasted for two years. It ended when at a stay of the Stones in Morocco in 1967, Keith Richards ran away with her to England, freeing her from abuse of his band mate. They were lovers for 12 years, being parents to a son and two daughters (one of which died before her first birthday). Anita and Richards split in 1980, he apparently advised by his legal environment because they considered her a negative influence Besides the influence on the dressing, tastes and customs of the band she contributed backing vocals to the recordings of 'Sympathy for the Devil' and it is a known fact that songs like 'You Got The Silver' ('Let It Bleed') and 'Beast of Burden' ('Some Girls') are dedicated to her.