One of the most well-liked and closely watched First Ladies in history is Jacqueline Kennedy. She is not just regarded as a fashion icon, but she has consistently placed highly on lists of the most influential First Ladies of the United States and most admired individuals. Even her husband, President John F. Kennedy, acknowledged that her presence on his campaign trails contributed to some of his electoral victory.
Her oldest granddaughter is now an adult and serves as a living memorial to her cherished grandmother. The Havard alumna looks stunning and appreciates the arts just as much as her grandmother.
You have to see these photos for yourself – the resemblance is incredible!
In Southampton, New York, on July 28, 1929, Jacqueline Lee Bouvier was born.
She would later wed the future 35th president of the United States, but before and after her marriage, she was a well-liked and admired person in her own right.
She is regarded as one of the most significant First Ladies in American history, built a successful career as a book editor, and has received accolades for her support of the arts and the preservation of historic buildings.
On September 12, 1953, Jacqueline wed John F. Kennedy; their daughter Caroline was born in 1957. Sadly, only Caroline and her brother John Jr. survived infancy out of the couple’s four children.
After her husband’s murder in 1963, Jacqueline remarried, although she never had any more kids.
The oldest granddaughter, Rose, who was born to her daughter Caroline, is an exact replica of her grandma!
Look at it for yourself, please!
Despite being involved in several campaigns, Rose Kennedy Schlossberg, 34, hasn’t pursued a career in politics like many of her prominent contemporaries.
She does, however, share many traits with her grandmother.
Rose shares several interests with her grandma in addition to her grandmother’s good looks. Jacqueline Kennedy contributed to the school newspaper during her time in college, and once she graduated, she was given the opportunity to work as a junior editor at Vogue.
Rose is a skilled writer as well. She attended a prestigious, all-girls high school before attending Harvard, where she earned a BA in English in 2010. Since then, she has created her own comedy series, End Times Girls Club.
The series was intended to be a “guide to female-focused apocalyptic survival.”
“It came up as a response to seeing the way that New York responded to Hurricane Sandy, and how people were grossly underprepared — specifically, girls in damsel in distress mode,” Rose told the site.
Rose assisted the Alan Khazei campaign as a volunteer in the 2010 Massachusetts special election. She also contributed to Barack Obama’s presidential campaign in 2008. She undoubtedly carries the political genes of her family!
Although she bears the name Rose Kennedy in honor of her maternal great-grandmother, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Rose has frequently been compared to her.
Sadly, Jaqueline passed away in 1994 when Rose was just 6 years old. The pair were close during Rose’s childhood, and Rose called her ”Grand Jackie.”
Luckily, Jacqueline lives on thanks to her look-a-like granddaughter!
Besides being close to her grandmother, Jackie had also a strong bond with her uncle and JFK’s oldest son John F. Kennedy Jr. When JFK Jr died in a tragic plane crash on July 16, 1999, it was a huge blow for Rose.
“He’d been like a father to her. She went into a six-month depression during which she barely spoke to anyone. She stopped eating — she must have lost 30 pounds,” Kennedy’s biographer, C. David Heymann said in an interview with The Post.
Wikipedia and The National Enquirer report that Rory McAuliffe, a restaurateur, married Rose in May 2022. The couple first connected while Rory was a caterer at the Kennedy compound in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, where they have been together for a long time.
”For the past eight years, Rose has quietly been in a relationship with Rory. Rose’s mom, Caroline, loves Rory. She’s already like a part of the family and has been for years,” a source once mentioned.
According to the tabloid and sources close to the family, Jackie Kennedy would have approved the gay marriage.
I have no doubt that the late first lady would be pleased to see all of her grandchildren after seeing these pictures. What a wonderful legacy!
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