With her eloquence and her supreme style, as well as her inner charm, Jackie Kennedy, president John F. Kennedy’s wife, stunned millions and made even more fall for her.
President Kennedy’s time at the White House was dubbed “Camelot Presidency,” because it brought hope to many young politicians. By his side, Jackie became a national treasure herself as spread optimism when she took the role of FLOTUS.
Throughout her life, she experienced many highs and lows and some personal tragedies, but she remained strong until the very end, raising her beautiful children and remaining a role model for them.
Jackie’s daughter, Caroline, who was just four years old when her beloved father was killed, is a political figure herself. She has been married to husband Edwin Schlossberg since 1963 and they have three children together, Jack, Rose, and Tatiana.
Many claim that Rose is a spitting image of her grandmother Jackie and they are not far from the truth. Rose is in fact a living tribute to one of the most beloved First Ladies ever.
Unlike most of the Kennedies, Rose hasn’t pursued a career in politics, but just like her grandmother, who wrote for her school newspaper and was offered a junior editorship at Vogue after graduation, Rose is a talented writer herself.
According to Good Housekeeping, Rose earned an English degree in 2010 and then went on to earn a masters in interactive telecommunications from New York University.
In 2016, Rose and her friend Mara Nelson-Greenberg started a web series called End Times Girls Club. According to Mashable, it was meant to humorously provide a “guide to female-focused apocalypse survival.”
Speaking to the magazine, Rose explained, “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.
“I thought it would be interesting to create this world where girls have to be survivalists without compromising their cute factor.”
When she was young, and her grandmother Jackie was alive, the two shared a very close bond. What’s most, The New York Post reported that Jackie saw Rose every day and doted on her. Rose was five when her grandmother died.
Rose was also very close to her uncle, John F. Kennedy Jr. who sadly passed away in a plane crash on July 16, 1999. His death crushed Rose. According to Kennedy biographer C. David Heymann, Ross had a hard time coping with the loss. “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,” he told The Post.
Rose is married to wife Rory McAuliffe whom she’d been dating for the past eight years.
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