You as well
You as well
Caroline Kennedy’s nanny, Maude Shaw, is seen here pushing the little girl in a stroller outside Caroline’s parents Georgetown home. You can see JFK peeking his head out to say hello in the window at the top.
Wow, sorry guys I must be an idiot. Just all unfollow me now I am good for nothing. Two grammatical errors in one post. I guess I really am going to hell.
The worst feeling in the world is when you’re scrolling through your dash and you see a picture of Jackie in the 70s being an editor and then you scroll down and see a picture of JFK. I don’t know why but it makes me so sad because I just love them idk leave me alone.
February 1961, Jack and Jackie Kennedy pick up their kids from the airport in Washington DC. This would be the children’s first day at the White House.
I’m at work but thanks bae
"She had been called the worlds most beautiful woman… Yet she wasn’t a perfect beauty…It was her inner beauty and strength, her near royal bearing, her quiet intelligence that people saw and reacted to, that made her the near mythical figure she has become in the eyes of the world"
— Jacques Lowe, talking about Jacqueline Kennedy (photo: 1959)
September 12th, 1953.
"I’ve known a lot of attractive women in my lifetime before I got married, but of all of them there was only one I could have married…And I married her." - John F. Kennedy.
Jack and Jackie goofing around with some of Bobby’s kids.
This picture is by far my favorite picture of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis. I feel it is the picture that captures her the way she really was. Part of the reason it captures her so at ease is because it was taken while she was on vacation by a friend, she wasn’t expecting to be photographed so her fake First Lady smile is not shown. Instead we see a normal woman on vacation with her sister and daughter. We see her caught in such a normal scene, that so many of us are familiar with, that we begin to see ourselves in her, and that is what draws people to her. Although she was far from the model of an average woman, so many women felt like they could relate to her or connect to her someway, and when her husband died they saw their own husband dying, they put themselves in her shoes. That is why Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy became the icon she was and still is today.
Jackie Kennedy and Katharine Graham leaving the funeral of Joseph P. Kennedy, in Hyannisport, MA. November 21, 1969
Jackie Kennedy goofing around with her sister Lee and Paris match photographer Benno Graziani. March 1962
The Mrs. Kennedy
Jackie sailing with Jack in Cape Cod the summer before their wedding, 1953