Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis

The Life of the icon Jackie Kennedy or better known as Jackie O!

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  • Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
    • As First Lady 1961-1963
      • Became America's youngest first lady at the age of 31. She served for 1,036 days.
      • She restored he White House and made it what it is today.
      • In 1962 she gave a televised tour of the White House.
      • Jackie went on a solo tour of India and Pakistan in 1962.
      • She helped JFK through the Cuban missile crisis.
      • Became a part of history with her Pink Chez Ninon suit that became a symbol for her husbands assassination.
      • Following JFK's assassination Jackie held a grieving nation together and shaped his legacy. This made her a true icon of the 1960s.
    • As Jacqueline Bouvier
      • Born 28th July 1929. Southampton New York.
      • Parents - Black Jack Bouvier and Janet Norton.
      • Siblings - Sister - Lee Radziwill, stepbrothers - James, Yusha and Thomas. Stepsisters - Janet and Nina.
      • Was a young reporter an studied in France for a year.
    • As Jackie O
      • Married Aristotle Onassis 20th October 1968.
      • Was an editor.
      • Lived in Greece and New York.
      • Died - 19th May 1994.
      • Became an Icon.
    • As Mrs Kennedy
      • Married John F Kennedy in  September 1953.
      • Had four children - Arabella (Stillborn), Caroline 1957, John Jnr 1960 - 1999 and Patrick 1963 - 1963.
      • Shaped her husbands legacy.
    • "I'll be a wife and mother first, then first lady."

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