A recent study of 2000 office workers found two thirds admitted to having an intimate relationship in the workplace. Those aged between 35 and 44 years old were most likely to indulge in a fling, with 29% becoming romantically involved with a colleague at some point. And it's not a pursuit reserved just for mere nine to fivers - with the boundary between professional and personal becoming ever more blurry, we look at famous examples of affairs in the workplace, from Jude Law and his nanny to Bill Clinton and a certain fresh-faced intern.
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