Queen of America: 10 facts about Jacqueline KennedyPictolic
The Queen Of America. The epitome of style and femininity. The country loved her, and considered the pride of the nation. She equaled the American generation of the ' 60s. written About her dozens of books and filmed a lot of movies. We're talking about flawless Jackie, the fate of which holds many unusual facts...
Jacqueline Kennedy was the editor of a glossy magazine Vogue
Jacqueline Kennedy did not like her wedding dress
By the way, John Kennedy believed that his bride looks beautiful and like a fairy. After the people Jacqueline was called the Fairy of the White house.
Mother Jacqueline Kennedy was against a big wedding
Jacqueline Kennedy — the winner of the "Emmy"
Jacqueline Kennedy endured many of her husband's infidelity
Jacqueline Kennedy refused to take off the bloodstained suit after her husband's assassination
"Let everyone see that they did," she said. Since then, the pink suit has become a symbol of mourning and a reminder of what happened that fateful November day.
Jacqueline Kennedy is credited with an affair with Robert Kennedy
Rumor has it that their romance lasted three years, but no one dared to say openly about it. Close the Kennedy family, saying that the winter of 1964, Jackie and Bobby stopped to hide their relationship with relatives.
They moved away from each other when Robert joined the race for the presidency. Jacqueline was very upset by the breakup, because she helped Bobby and cared for him the same way as before for John. Soon Jacqueline met billionaire Aristotle Onassis, who was much older than her and became her second husband. Robert, like his elder brother, died in the attack.
The Kennedy clan lies a family curse
Their son, John Kennedy Jr. died in a plane crash at the age of 39. Robert's son David Kennedy died of a cocaine overdose at age 28.
Jacqueline Kennedy saved Grand Central station in new York
After Jacqueline was able to save not only the station, but Lafayette square in Washington.
Jacqueline Kennedy has built a successful career as a book editor