You won’t believe what Jacqueline Kennedy’s grandchild looks like now that she is an adult.
Jacqueline Kennedy is among the most admired and highly followed First Ladies in history. She has routinely ranked highly on lists of the most admired people and important First Ladies of the United States, and she is not merely considered as a fashion icon. Even her husband, President John F. Kennedy, admitted that having Jackie on his campaign trail helped him win the election.
Jacqueline never wavered from being a loving and encouraging role model for her children despite going through several personal traumas as well as professional highs and lows throughout her life.
Her beloved grandmother’s oldest grandchild, who is now an adult, acts as a living monument to her. In addition to enjoying the arts like her grandmother, the Harvard alumna has a strong resemblance with her.
Jacqueline Lee Bouvier was born on July 28, 1929, in Southampton, New York.
She would eventually marry the man who would become the 35th president of the United States, but both before and after their union, she was a popular and esteemed individual in her own right.
She had a successful career as a book editor, is considered as one of the most influential First Ladies in American history, and has won praise for her advocacy of the arts and the preservation of historic structures.
Jacqueline Kennedy married John F. Kennedy on September 12, 1953; their daughter Caroline was born in 1957. Out of the four children the couple had, sadly only Caroline and her brother John Jr. survived infancy.
According to Wikipedia and The National Enquirer, restaurateur Rory McAuliffe wed Rose in May 2022. Rory was a caterer at the Kennedy estate in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, where the pair initially met and have been dating ever since.
“For the past eight years, Rory and Rose have been dating in secret. Rose’s mother, Caroline, adores Rory. She is already treated like a member of the family and has been for years, a source informed The Enquirer in 2021.
Gay marriage is something Jackie Kennedy would have supported, according to family and tabloid sources.
Saree Kayne, Rory McCauliffe, Rose Schlossberg, and Lily Waranker attend the Jenni Kayne Home Collection premiere on October 11, 2017 in Malibu, California.