The true sense of how near they are can only be experienced by looking at these pictures.
On July 28, 1929, Jacqueline Lee Bouvier was born in Southampton, New York. Both before and after their union, she was a well-liked and respected individual in her own right. She would eventually get married to the guy who would go on to become the 35th president of the United States.
She went on to become a well-known book editor, was named one of the most significant First Ladies in American history, and received honors for her support of the arts and the preservation of historic buildings.
Their daughter, Caroline, was born in 1957. September 12, 1953, saw the marriage of Jacqueline Kennedy and John F. Kennedy. Regretfully, only Caroline and her brother John Jr. survived to be young adults out of the couple’s four children.
Though she has taken part in multiple elections, 34-year-old Rose Kennedy Schlossberg has not pursued a career in politics, unlike many of her well-known colleagues.
She does, however, share many traits with her grandmother.
She is just as beautiful and shares similar interests with Rose’s grandmother. After graduating from college, Jacqueline Kennedy began working as a junior editor at Vogue and making frequent contributions to the student newspaper.
Rose is a skilled writer as well. She completed her BA in English in 2010 from a renowned all-girls high school prior to enrolling at Harvard. Her next comedy sitcom was called End Times Girls Club.
Serving as a “guide to female-focused apocalyptic survival” was the series’ stated objective.
Rose says that the destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy to New York and the appalling lack of planning on the part of the city’s residents—especially the young girls who were acting like small girls in need of rescue—were the inspiration for it.
Rose was given the Kennedy name in honor of her maternal great-grandmother, although she has frequently been compared to First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.
Rose was only six years old when Jaqueline tragically passed away in 1994. They were close when Rose was growing up, and Rose used to refer to her as “Grand Jackie.”
Thank goodness Jacqueline’s grandchild, who resembles her exactly, keeps her alive!
Jackie had a close relationship with both her grandmother and her uncle, John F. Kennedy Jr., the older Kennedy son. When JFK Jr. died in a tragic plane crash on July 16, 1999, Rose suffered a terrible loss.
To her, he had been like a parent. She experienced a depressive episode that lasted six months, during which she barely spoke to anyone. In an interview with The Post, C. David Heymann, Kennedy’s historian, stated that Jackie must have lost thirty pounds since she stopped eating.
The National Enquirer and Wikipedia both state that Rose wed restaurateur Rory McAuliffe in May 2022. Since their initial encounter as caterers at the Kennedy compound in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, they have remained together.
Rose and Ryan have been secretly dating for the last eight years. Caroline, Rose’s mother, has an obsession with Rory. She has reportedly felt like a member of the family for a while now, according to a source.
Insiders from the Kennedy family and tabloid claim that Jackie Kennedy would have approved of the gay marriage.
After seeing these photos, I have no doubt that the late first lady would be overjoyed to see all of her grandchildren. What a beautiful legacy!
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