I see several people saying that this is Jackie. Can someone confirm of deny? Because it doesn’t look like her.
im pretty sure that’s not her. the woman in the picture doesn’t have the same nose as Jackie, in my opinion lol
This is not jackie, it was a model in the 1960s
And the Emmy goes to….
"It’s hard for me to talk about a legacy or a mystique. It’s my family. It’s my mother. It’s my sister. It’s my father. We’re a family like any other. We look out for one another. The fact that there have been difficulties and hardships, or obstacles, makes us closer."
— John Kennedy Jr., 1993
"I was so proud of Jack, but I could scarcely embrace him in front of all those people, so I remember I just put my hand on his cheek and said, “Jack you were so wonderful.” And he was smiling in the most vulnerable way. He looked so happy."
~Jackie Kennedy after hearing her husband’s Inaugural address.
“There are two kinds of women: those who want power in the world, and those who want power in bed.”
— Jacqueline Kennedy
No matter how many years pass, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis will always be remembered as a grieving widow — she is untouchable in the minds of Americans.
Jacqueline Kennedy with her daughter Caroline, 1959.
"There’s something damned willful about her, there’s something provocative about that lady. She’s got a carnal soul."
— Aristotle Onassis, after meeting Jacqueline Kennedy for the first time in 1958.
Yeah! I’ve been wanting too for a while!!
President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy board a United States Army helicopter on the South Lawn of the White House, 1961.
Yes she and Lee had a very complicated relationship, but it was not Lee who caused Jackie to become self-conscious it was actually quite the opposite. When Lee was about thirteen she suffered from an eating disorder brought on because she was jealous of her very petite older sister, she eventually got over it, but Lee was actually quite a lonely little girl. She once went to an orphanage and tried to adopt a child so she would have someone to play with. If Lee was the cause of Jackie’s insecurities it was not because of Lee it was because of Janet who constantly compared the two.
"Jackie’s relationship with her younger sister was curious from the beginning: a mixture of closeness and intense rivalry, protectiveness and the desire to dominate, jealousy and interdependence. It was a relationship that eventually soured, but was important to both for mot of their lives." Sarah Bradford.
(I can’t forgive her for the Jack thing either….)
"Jackie’s relationship with Lee was very much S&M, with Jackie doing the S and Lee the M."
— Gore Vidal
"Caroline adored her baby brother the moment she laid eyes on him, and the two would remain unusually close throughout johns life. Only they understood what it was like to be the children of a martyred president, the fixation of a kennedy-obsessed public, and the quarry of insatiable media."
— Elaine Landau