Not that I’m aware of.
There is one quote though where Marilyn mentions the topic a little bit. She talks about losing her babies.
About Marilyn Monroe:
“I told Marilyn that Judi and I were thinking of having another child. When I said that, her reaction was visible. Marilyn seemed to disappear indside of herself, almost as if she had to say something that scared her.
“I’ve always wanted a baby,” she said in a voice so quiet that it wasn’t more than a whisper.
I didn’t know what to say. She seemed not to be talking to me. It was almost, as if she was talking to her shrink.
“Having a child…That’s always been my biggest fear. I want a child, and I fear a child,” she continued.
I don’t remember everything she said, but I do recall her mumbling something about the sanity or craziness that part of her family represented. She used the words “nuts” and “weak”. I remember words like “misery” and “unhappiness”. Later I would read that her grandfather had been insane and that he took his own life. But during our conversations, all I saw was fear in Marilyn’s face. And I remember her saying something like:
“Whenever it came close, my body said no, and I lost the baby” – Lawrence Schiller (photographer and friend)