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The pair moved from drive time to breakfast at the beginning of They continued to host the countdown show The Hot Hits until August In addition to radio, TV and advertising appearances, Henderson has also done voice-over work for the animated movie Robots , voicing the character "Loretta Geargrinder" in the Australian release.

By March they had more than doubled the number of breakfast listeners at KiiS FM, with their show being the most popular FM show in Sydney with , listeners, while 2Day FM lost , listeners during the move.

Jackie O has hosted a variety of television shows, most prominently the Popstars series, in which televised auditions were held to select members of a vocal group.

In , Jackie O also hosted the Network Ten reality show, Australian Princess , in which they transformed a group of women to sophisticated "princesses".

A second series of Australian Princess had gone to air during the non-ratings summer period on Network 10 starting in December.

No reason was given by the Network as to why it was shown out of the official ratings period. She was also co-host of the comedy show Surprise Surprise Gotcha on the same network, the series has been called the Australian version of Punk'd which was made famous by pranking many celebrities.

In October , she along with her radio partner Kyle Sandilands would take Gretel Killeen 's job in hosting the series of Big Brother Australia.

Killeen hosted the show from its start in to Following poor ratings for this series, Network Ten announced on 14 July that Big Brother Australia would not return in She was married to her co host Phil O'Neil during their combined radio career.

After their divorce, O'Neil moved to the United Kingdom in the late s. In , she married UK photographer Lee Henderson.

She is an animal rights activist. In , Jackie O was named as the second most hated celebrity in an annual list by Zoo Magazine only surpassed by co-host Kyle Sandilands at number one.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 1 November Jacqueline had visited the White House on two occasions before she became First Lady: the first time as a grade-school tourist in and again as the guest of outgoing First Lady Mamie Eisenhower shortly before her husband's inauguration.

On her first day in residence, she began her efforts with the help of interior decorator Sister Parish. She decided to make the family quarters attractive and suitable for family life by adding a kitchen on the family floor and new rooms for her children.

Continuing the project, she established a fine arts committee to oversee and fund the restoration process and solicited the advice of early American furniture expert Henry du Pont.

In addition, Kennedy helped to stop the destruction of historic homes in Lafayette Square in Washington, D. Prior to Kennedy's years as First Lady, presidents and their families had taken furnishings and other items from the White House when they departed; this led to the lack of original historical pieces in the mansion.

She personally wrote to possible donors in order to track down these missing furnishings and other historical pieces of interest.

In the tour, she stated that "I feel so strongly that the White House should have as fine a collection of American pictures as possible.

It's so important The American people should be proud of it. We have such a great civilization. So many foreigners don't realize it.

I think this house should be the place we see them best. Kennedy was the only First Lady to win an Emmy. Throughout her husband's presidency and more than any of the preceding First Ladies, Kennedy made many official visits to other countries, on her own or with the President.

After arriving in the country, she impressed the public with her ability to speak French, as well as her extensive knowledge of French history. He replied, "I'd like to shake her hand first.

At the urging of U. The tour was amply documented in photojournalism as well as in Galbraith's journals and memoirs. He had found out on his visit to the White House that he and the First Lady had a common interest in horses.

In early , Jacqueline was again pregnant, which led her to curtail her official duties. She spent most of the summer at a home she and the President had rented on Squaw Island, which was near the Kennedy compound on Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

On August 7 five weeks ahead of her scheduled due date , she went into labor and gave birth to a boy, Patrick Bouvier Kennedy , via emergency Caesarean section at nearby Otis Air Force Base.

The infant's lungs were not fully developed, and he was transferred from Cape Cod to Boston Children's Hospital , where he died of hyaline membrane disease two days after birth.

On August 14, the President returned to Otis to take her home and gave an impromptu speech to thank nurses and airmen who had gathered in her suite.

In appreciation, she presented hospital staff with framed and signed lithographs of the White House. The First Lady was deeply affected by Patrick's death [] and proceeded to enter a state of depression.

President Kennedy initially had reservations, but he relented because he believed that it would be "good for her". The trip was widely disapproved of within the Kennedy administration, by much of the general public, and in Congress.

She would later say she regretted being away as long as she was but had been "melancholy after the death of my baby". On November 21, , the First Lady and the President embarked on a political trip to Texas with several goals in mind; this was the first time that she had joined her husband on such a trip in the U.

The First Lady was seated to her husband's left in the third row of seats in the presidential limousine , with the Governor and his wife seated in front of them.

Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson and his wife followed in another car in the motorcade. After the motorcade turned the corner onto Elm Street in Dealey Plaza , the First Lady heard what she thought to be a motorcycle backfiring and did not realize that it was a gunshot until she heard Governor Connally scream.

Within 8. Almost immediately, she began to climb onto the back of the limousine; Secret Service agent Clint Hill later told the Warren Commission that he thought she had been reaching across the trunk for a piece of her husband's skull that had been blown off.

As Hill stood on the back bumper, Associated Press photographer Ike Altgens snapped a photograph that was featured on the front pages of newspapers around the world.

But I don't remember that at all". The President was rushed for the 3. At the First Lady's request, she was allowed to be present in the operating room.

He died not long after, aged After Jacqueline's husband was pronounced dead, she refused to remove her blood-stained clothing and reportedly regretted having washed the blood off her face and hands, explaining to Lady Bird Johnson that she wanted "them to see what they have done to Jack".

The unlaundered suit was donated to the National Archives and Records Administration in and, under the terms of an agreement with her daughter Caroline , will not be placed on public display until Jacqueline took an active role in planning her husband's state funeral , modeling it after Abraham Lincoln 's service.

Matthew the Apostle in Washington D. Jacqueline led the procession on foot and lit the eternal flame—created at her request—at the gravesite.

A week after the assassination, [] new president Lyndon B. Johnson issued an executive order that established the Warren Commission —led by Chief Justice Earl Warren —to investigate the assassination.

Ten months later, the Commission issued its report finding that Lee Harvey Oswald had acted alone when he assassinated President Kennedy.

On November 29, —a week after her husband's assassination—Jacqueline was interviewed in Hyannis Port by Theodore H.

White of Life magazine. She also quoted Queen Guinevere from the musical, trying to express how the loss felt.

Kennedy and her children remained in the White House for two weeks following the assassination. At her request, Johnson renamed the Florida space center the John F.

Kennedy Space Center a week after the assassination. Kennedy later publicly praised Johnson for his kindness to her.

Kennedy spent in mourning and made few public appearances. It has been speculated that she may have been suffering from undiagnosed posttraumatic stress disorder due to intrusive flashbacks.

On January 14, , Kennedy made a televised appearance from the office of the Attorney General, thanking the public for the "hundreds of thousands of messages" she had received since the assassination and said she had been sustained by America's affection for her late husband.

In the following years, Jacqueline attended selected memorial dedications to her late husband. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum , which is the repository for official papers of the Kennedy Administration.

Pei , it is situated next to the University of Massachusetts campus in Boston. Despite having commissioned William Manchester's authorized account of President Kennedy's death, The Death of a President , Jacqueline was subject to significant media attention in — when she and Robert Kennedy tried to block the publication.

White viewed the ordeal as validation of the measures the Kennedy family, Jacqueline in particular, were prepared to take to preserve President Kennedy's public image.

After her husband's assassination, Jacqueline relied heavily on her brother-in-law Robert F. Kennedy ; she observed him to be the "least like his father" of the Kennedy brothers.

The January Tet offensive in Vietnam resulted in a drop in President Johnson's poll numbers, and Robert Kennedy's advisors urged him to enter the upcoming presidential race.

When Art Buchwald asked him if he intended to run, Robert replied, "That depends on what Jackie wants me to do".

Privately, she worried about his safety; she believed that Bobby was more disliked than her husband had been and that there was "so much hatred" in the United States.

Just after midnight PDT on June 5, , an enraged Palestinian gunman named Sirhan Sirhan mortally wounded Robert Kennedy minutes after he and a crowd of his supporters had been celebrating his victory in the California Democratic presidential primary.

Bobby Kennedy never regained consciousness and died 26 hours after the shooting. After Robert Kennedy's death in , Jacqueline reportedly suffered a relapse of the depression she had suffered in the days following her husband's assassination nearly five years prior.

I want to get out of this country". On October 20, , Kennedy married her long-time friend Aristotle Onassis , a wealthy Greek shipping magnate who was able to provide the privacy and security she sought for herself and her children.

The marriage brought her considerable adverse publicity. The fact that Aristotle was divorced and his former wife Athina Livanos was still living led to speculation that Jacqueline might be excommunicated by the Roman Catholic church, though that concern was explicitly dismissed by Boston's Archbishop , Cardinal Richard Cushing as "nonsense".

In , billionaire heiress Doris Duke , whom Onassis was friends with, appointed her as the vice president of the Newport Restoration Foundation.

Onassis publicly championed the foundation. During their marriage, the couple inhabited six different residences: her room Fifth Avenue apartment in Manhattan, her horse farm in New Jersey, his Avenue Foch apartment in Paris, his private island Skorpios, his house in Athens, and his yacht Christina O.

Kennedy ensured that her children continued a connection with the Kennedy family by having Ted Kennedy visit them often.

Aristotle Onassis' health deteriorated rapidly following the death of his son Alexander in a plane crash in His financial legacy was severely limited under Greek law, which dictated how much a non-Greek surviving spouse could inherit.

After the death of her second husband, Onassis returned permanently to the United States, splitting her time between Manhattan, Martha's Vineyard , and the Kennedy compound in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts.

In , she became a consulting editor at Viking Press , a position that she held for two years. After almost a decade of avoiding participation in political events, Onassis attended the Democratic National Convention and stunned the assembled delegates when she appeared in the visitors' gallery.

Following her resignation from Viking Press, Kennedy was hired by Doubleday , where she worked as an associate editor under an old friend, John Turner Sargent, Sr.

Among the books she edited for the company are Larry Gonick 's The Cartoon History of the Universe , [] the English translation of the three volumes of Naghib Mahfuz 's Cairo Trilogy with Martha Levin , [] and autobiographies of ballerina Gelsey Kirkland , [] singer-songwriter Carly Simon , [] and fashion icon Diana Vreeland.

In addition to her work as an editor, Onassis participated in cultural and architectural preservation.

In the s, she led a historic preservation campaign to save Grand Central Terminal from demolition and renovate the structure in Manhattan.

In the s, she was a major figure in protests against a planned skyscraper at Columbus Circle that would have cast large shadows on Central Park; [] the project was cancelled.

A later project proceeded despite protests: a large twin-towered skyscraper, the Time Warner Center , was completed in Her notable historic preservation efforts also include her influence in the campaign to save Olana , the home of Frederic Edwin Church in upstate New York.

Onassis remained the subject of considerable press attention, [] especially from the paparazzi photographer Ron Galella , who followed her around and photographed her as she went about her normal activities; he took candid photos of her without her permission.

In the early s, Onassis supported Bill Clinton and contributed money to his presidential campaign. In November , Jacqueline was thrown from her horse while participating in a fox hunt in Middleburg, Virginia , and was taken to the hospital to be examined.

A swollen lymph node was discovered in her groin , which was initially diagnosed by the doctor to be caused by an infection.

He added that "She did it in her very own way, and on her own terms, and we all feel lucky for that. On May 23, , her funeral Mass was held a few blocks away from her apartment at the Church of St.

Ignatius Loyola , the Catholic parish where she was baptized in and confirmed as a teenager. Jacqueline Kennedy remains one of the most popular First Ladies.

She was featured 27 times on the annual Gallup list of the top 10 most admired people of the second half of the 20th century; this number is superseded by only Billy Graham and Queen Elizabeth II and is higher than that of any U.

First Ladies due to the admiration for her based around "her fashion sense and later after her husband's assassination, for her poise and dignity".

She was named Woman of the Year for her efforts in uplifting the American history and art. Kennedy is seen as being customary in her role as First Lady, [] [] though Magill argues her life was validation that "fame and celebrity" changed the way First Ladies are evaluated historically.

Galop, [] and Carl Anthony. Jacqueline Kennedy became a global fashion icon during her husband's presidency. After the election, she commissioned French-born American fashion designer and Kennedy family friend Oleg Cassini to create an original wardrobe for her appearances as First Lady.

From to , Cassini dressed her in many of her most iconic ensembles, including her Inauguration Day fawn coat and Inaugural gala gown, as well as many outfits for her visits to Europe, India, and Pakistan.

Kennedy preferred French couture, particularly the work of Chanel , Balenciaga , and Givenchy , but was aware that in her role as First Lady, she would be expected to wear American designers' work.

She also suggested Ben Zuckerman , another highly regarded tailor who regularly offered re-interpretations of Paris couture, and the sportswear designer Stella Sloat, who occasionally offered Givenchy copies.

In her role as First Lady, Kennedy preferred to wear clean-cut suits with a skirt hem down to middle of the knee, three-quarter sleeves on notch-collar jackets, sleeveless A-line dresses, above-the-elbow gloves, low-heel pumps, and pillbox hats.

More than any other First Lady, her style was copied by commercial manufacturers and a large segment of young women. Kenneth , who worked for her from until She even began wearing jeans in public.

Kennedy acquired a large collection of jewelry throughout her lifetime. Her triple-strand pearl necklace , designed by American jeweler Kenneth Jay Lane , became her signature piece of jewelry during her time as First Lady in the White House.

Blair Brown portrays Kennedy in the miniseries Kennedy , set during the Kennedy presidency. But this pic has a habit of telling us more that it shows us, and the actress manages to communicate the most important elements of the story without ever making it especially convincing.

Kennedy Jr. Jeanne Tripplehorn portrays Onassis in the film Grey Gardens for a single scene. Katie Holmes portrays Kennedy in the miniseries The Kennedys , set during the Kennedy presidency and its sequel The Kennedys: After Camelot , focusing on her life after It's just is a testament to how amazing Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was and how much she meant to our country.

Minka Kelly portrays Kennedy in the film The Butler , giving the film's protagonist Cecil one of her husband's neckties after his assassination. Ginnifer Goodwin portrays her in the television film Killing Kennedy.

If I were under any illusions about what we were doing, seeing her in that iconic moment was, I would say, sobering. Natalie Portman portrays Kennedy in the film Jackie , set during the JFK presidency and the immediate aftermath of the assassination.

Smith wrote that by portraying Kennedy, Portman was "taking on arguably the biggest challenge of her career". Jodi Balfour portrays Kennedy in the eighth episode of the second season of Netflix 's original drama series, The Crown , titled 'Dear Mrs.

Kennedy,' set during the June visit of the Kennedy couple to the Buckingham Palace and the immediate reaction to the assassination of John F.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Kennedy in the Diplomatic Reception Room, December John F.

Aristotle Onassis. Arabella Caroline John Jr. Socialite Literature editor Writer Photographer. Main article: Patrick Bouvier Kennedy.

Main articles: Assassination of John F. Kennedy , State funeral of John F. Kennedy , and John F. Kennedy autopsy. Don't let it be forgot, that once there was a spot, for one brief, shining moment that was known as Camelot.

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McCloy outright opposed such an inquiry. Future president Gerald Ford , who served on the Warren Commission, proposed "most informally" having her interviewed by an associate.

She also attended a private ceremony in Arlington National Cemetery that saw the moving of her husband's coffin, after which he was reinterred so that officials at the cemetery could construct a safer and more stable eternal flame and accommodate the tourists' extensive foot traffic.

The first of these was John F. Kennedy, President, by Hugh Sidey , which was published the year after his death in Simon Michael Bessie, Sidey's editor at Atheneum, recalled her as having read galleys and submitted detailed notes on them.

Despite this recollection, Sidey did not acknowledge her contribution in the book. The following year, she helped Ted Sorensen with his book Kennedy.

Sorensen told Greg Lawrence that after finishing the "first draft" of his "first big book", he gave Onassis the manuscript since he thought she would be helpful, and Onassis provided him with several comments on the book.

Sorensen lauded her assistance in his memoir Counselor , as he wrote that she had "proved to be a superb editor, correcting typographical errors, challenging mistaken assumptions, defending some of her husband's personnel decisions, suggesting useful clarifications, and repeatedly setting the record straight on matters not known to me".

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He was elected to the Senate that same year, and the couple married on September 12, , in Newport, Rhode Island. They had four children, two of whom died in infancy.

Following her husband's election to the presidency in , Jacqueline was known for her highly publicized restoration of the White House and emphasis on arts and culture, as well as for her style.

After the assassination and funeral of her husband, Jacqueline Kennedy and her children largely withdrew from public view. In , she married Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis.

Following Onassis's death in , she had a career as a book editor in New York City. She died of a non-Hodgkin lymphoma in Ignatius Loyola in Manhattan ; she was raised in the Catholic faith.

Bouvier could speak English , French , Spanish , and Italian. The marriage of Bouvier's parents was strained by her father's alcoholism and extramarital affairs ; the family had also struggled with financial difficulties following the Wall Street Crash of Davis , Bouvier was deeply affected by the divorce and subsequently had a "tendency to withdraw frequently into a private world of her own.

Hearst columnist Igor Cassini dubbed her the " debutante of the year". Kennedy, she took continuing education classes in American history at Georgetown University in Washington, D.

While attending George Washington, Bouvier won a twelve-month junior editorship at Vogue magazine; she had been selected over several hundred other women nationwide.

According to biographer Barbara Leaming , the editor was concerned about Bouvier's marriage prospects; she was 22 years of age and was considered too old to be single in her social circles.

Bouvier followed the advice, left the job and returned to Washington after only one day of work. Bouvier moved back to Merrywood and was referred by a family friend to the Washington Times-Herald , where editor Frank Waldrop hired her as a part-time receptionist.

Bouvier interviewed Tricia a few days after her father Richard Nixon was elected to the vice presidency in the election. After only a month of dating, the couple published the announcement in The New York Times in January Bouvier and U.

Representative John F. Kennedy belonged to the same social circle and were formally introduced by a mutual friend, journalist Charles L.

Bartlett , at a dinner party in May The pair also shared the similarities of Catholicism, writing, enjoying reading and having previously lived abroad.

Senate seat in Massachusetts ; the relationship grew more serious and he proposed to her after the November election. She then resigned from her position at the newspaper.

Bouvier and Kennedy married on September 12, , at St. The dresses of her attendants were also created by Lowe, who was not credited by Bouvier.

John suffered from Addison's Disease and from chronic and at times debilitating back pain, which had been exacerbated by a war injury; in late , he underwent a near-fatal spinal operation.

Jacqueline gave birth to daughter Caroline on November 27, Soon enough, John Kennedy started to notice the value that his wife added to his congressional campaign.

Kenneth O'Donnell remembered that "the size of the crowd was twice as big" when she accompanied her husband; he also recalled her as "always cheerful and obliging".

John's mother Rose observed Jacqueline as not being "a natural-born campaigner" due to her shyness and being uncomfortable with too much attention.

He credited Jacqueline's visibility in both ads and stumping as vital assets in securing his victory, and he called her "simply invaluable".

In July , historian Arthur M. Schlesinger visited the Kennedy Compound in Hyannis Port and had his first conversation with Jacqueline; he found her to have "tremendous awareness, an all-seeing eye and a ruthless judgment".

She also counseled her husband on improving his wardrobe in preparation for his intended presidential campaign the following year.

On January 3, , John F. Kennedy was a United States Senator from Massachusetts when he announced his candidacy for the presidency and launched his campaign nationwide.

In the early months of the election year, Jacqueline accompanied her husband to campaign events such as whistle-stops and dinners.

Due to her previous high-risk pregnancies, she decided to stay at home in Georgetown. Despite her non-participation in the campaign, Jacqueline became the subject of intense media attention with her fashion choices.

Kennedy for President of the United States. Jacqueline did not attend the nomination due to her pregnancy, which had been publicly announced ten days earlier.

Marian Cannon, the wife of Arthur Schlesinger, watched the debate with her. Days after the debates, Jacqueline contacted Schlesinger and informed him that John wanted his aid along with that of John Kenneth Galbraith in preparing for the third debate on October 13; she wished for them to give her husband new ideas and speeches.

On November 8, , John F. Kennedy narrowly defeated Republican opponent Richard Nixon in the U. Kennedy, Jr. Her husband was sworn in as president on January 20, Historian Gil Troy has noted that in particular, they "emphasized vague appearances rather than specific accomplishments or passionate commitments" and therefore fit in well in the early s' "cool, TV-oriented culture".

Although Jacqueline stated that her priority as a First Lady was to take care of the President and their children, she also dedicated her time to the promotion of American arts and preservation of its history.

Jacqueline had visited the White House on two occasions before she became First Lady: the first time as a grade-school tourist in and again as the guest of outgoing First Lady Mamie Eisenhower shortly before her husband's inauguration.

On her first day in residence, she began her efforts with the help of interior decorator Sister Parish. She decided to make the family quarters attractive and suitable for family life by adding a kitchen on the family floor and new rooms for her children.

Continuing the project, she established a fine arts committee to oversee and fund the restoration process and solicited the advice of early American furniture expert Henry du Pont.

In addition, Kennedy helped to stop the destruction of historic homes in Lafayette Square in Washington, D. Prior to Kennedy's years as First Lady, presidents and their families had taken furnishings and other items from the White House when they departed; this led to the lack of original historical pieces in the mansion.

She personally wrote to possible donors in order to track down these missing furnishings and other historical pieces of interest.

In the tour, she stated that "I feel so strongly that the White House should have as fine a collection of American pictures as possible.

It's so important The American people should be proud of it. We have such a great civilization. So many foreigners don't realize it. I think this house should be the place we see them best.

Kennedy was the only First Lady to win an Emmy. Throughout her husband's presidency and more than any of the preceding First Ladies, Kennedy made many official visits to other countries, on her own or with the President.

After arriving in the country, she impressed the public with her ability to speak French, as well as her extensive knowledge of French history.

He replied, "I'd like to shake her hand first. At the urging of U. The tour was amply documented in photojournalism as well as in Galbraith's journals and memoirs.

He had found out on his visit to the White House that he and the First Lady had a common interest in horses. In early , Jacqueline was again pregnant, which led her to curtail her official duties.

She spent most of the summer at a home she and the President had rented on Squaw Island, which was near the Kennedy compound on Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

On August 7 five weeks ahead of her scheduled due date , she went into labor and gave birth to a boy, Patrick Bouvier Kennedy , via emergency Caesarean section at nearby Otis Air Force Base.

The infant's lungs were not fully developed, and he was transferred from Cape Cod to Boston Children's Hospital , where he died of hyaline membrane disease two days after birth.

On August 14, the President returned to Otis to take her home and gave an impromptu speech to thank nurses and airmen who had gathered in her suite.

In appreciation, she presented hospital staff with framed and signed lithographs of the White House. The First Lady was deeply affected by Patrick's death [] and proceeded to enter a state of depression.

President Kennedy initially had reservations, but he relented because he believed that it would be "good for her".

The trip was widely disapproved of within the Kennedy administration, by much of the general public, and in Congress. She would later say she regretted being away as long as she was but had been "melancholy after the death of my baby".

On November 21, , the First Lady and the President embarked on a political trip to Texas with several goals in mind; this was the first time that she had joined her husband on such a trip in the U.

The First Lady was seated to her husband's left in the third row of seats in the presidential limousine , with the Governor and his wife seated in front of them.

Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson and his wife followed in another car in the motorcade. After the motorcade turned the corner onto Elm Street in Dealey Plaza , the First Lady heard what she thought to be a motorcycle backfiring and did not realize that it was a gunshot until she heard Governor Connally scream.

Within 8. Almost immediately, she began to climb onto the back of the limousine; Secret Service agent Clint Hill later told the Warren Commission that he thought she had been reaching across the trunk for a piece of her husband's skull that had been blown off.

As Hill stood on the back bumper, Associated Press photographer Ike Altgens snapped a photograph that was featured on the front pages of newspapers around the world.

But I don't remember that at all". The President was rushed for the 3. At the First Lady's request, she was allowed to be present in the operating room.

He died not long after, aged After Jacqueline's husband was pronounced dead, she refused to remove her blood-stained clothing and reportedly regretted having washed the blood off her face and hands, explaining to Lady Bird Johnson that she wanted "them to see what they have done to Jack".

The unlaundered suit was donated to the National Archives and Records Administration in and, under the terms of an agreement with her daughter Caroline , will not be placed on public display until Jacqueline took an active role in planning her husband's state funeral , modeling it after Abraham Lincoln 's service.

Matthew the Apostle in Washington D. Jacqueline led the procession on foot and lit the eternal flame—created at her request—at the gravesite.

A week after the assassination, [] new president Lyndon B. Johnson issued an executive order that established the Warren Commission —led by Chief Justice Earl Warren —to investigate the assassination.

Ten months later, the Commission issued its report finding that Lee Harvey Oswald had acted alone when he assassinated President Kennedy. On November 29, —a week after her husband's assassination—Jacqueline was interviewed in Hyannis Port by Theodore H.

White of Life magazine. She also quoted Queen Guinevere from the musical, trying to express how the loss felt.

Kennedy and her children remained in the White House for two weeks following the assassination. At her request, Johnson renamed the Florida space center the John F.

Kennedy Space Center a week after the assassination. Kennedy later publicly praised Johnson for his kindness to her. Kennedy spent in mourning and made few public appearances.

It has been speculated that she may have been suffering from undiagnosed posttraumatic stress disorder due to intrusive flashbacks. On January 14, , Kennedy made a televised appearance from the office of the Attorney General, thanking the public for the "hundreds of thousands of messages" she had received since the assassination and said she had been sustained by America's affection for her late husband.

In the following years, Jacqueline attended selected memorial dedications to her late husband. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum , which is the repository for official papers of the Kennedy Administration.

Pei , it is situated next to the University of Massachusetts campus in Boston. Despite having commissioned William Manchester's authorized account of President Kennedy's death, The Death of a President , Jacqueline was subject to significant media attention in — when she and Robert Kennedy tried to block the publication.

White viewed the ordeal as validation of the measures the Kennedy family, Jacqueline in particular, were prepared to take to preserve President Kennedy's public image.

After her husband's assassination, Jacqueline relied heavily on her brother-in-law Robert F. Kennedy ; she observed him to be the "least like his father" of the Kennedy brothers.

The January Tet offensive in Vietnam resulted in a drop in President Johnson's poll numbers, and Robert Kennedy's advisors urged him to enter the upcoming presidential race.

When Art Buchwald asked him if he intended to run, Robert replied, "That depends on what Jackie wants me to do".

Privately, she worried about his safety; she believed that Bobby was more disliked than her husband had been and that there was "so much hatred" in the United States.

Just after midnight PDT on June 5, , an enraged Palestinian gunman named Sirhan Sirhan mortally wounded Robert Kennedy minutes after he and a crowd of his supporters had been celebrating his victory in the California Democratic presidential primary.

Bobby Kennedy never regained consciousness and died 26 hours after the shooting. After Robert Kennedy's death in , Jacqueline reportedly suffered a relapse of the depression she had suffered in the days following her husband's assassination nearly five years prior.

I want to get out of this country". On October 20, , Kennedy married her long-time friend Aristotle Onassis , a wealthy Greek shipping magnate who was able to provide the privacy and security she sought for herself and her children.

The marriage brought her considerable adverse publicity. The fact that Aristotle was divorced and his former wife Athina Livanos was still living led to speculation that Jacqueline might be excommunicated by the Roman Catholic church, though that concern was explicitly dismissed by Boston's Archbishop , Cardinal Richard Cushing as "nonsense".

In , billionaire heiress Doris Duke , whom Onassis was friends with, appointed her as the vice president of the Newport Restoration Foundation.

Onassis publicly championed the foundation. During their marriage, the couple inhabited six different residences: her room Fifth Avenue apartment in Manhattan, her horse farm in New Jersey, his Avenue Foch apartment in Paris, his private island Skorpios, his house in Athens, and his yacht Christina O.

Kennedy ensured that her children continued a connection with the Kennedy family by having Ted Kennedy visit them often.

Aristotle Onassis' health deteriorated rapidly following the death of his son Alexander in a plane crash in His financial legacy was severely limited under Greek law, which dictated how much a non-Greek surviving spouse could inherit.

After the death of her second husband, Onassis returned permanently to the United States, splitting her time between Manhattan, Martha's Vineyard , and the Kennedy compound in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts.

In , she became a consulting editor at Viking Press , a position that she held for two years. After almost a decade of avoiding participation in political events, Onassis attended the Democratic National Convention and stunned the assembled delegates when she appeared in the visitors' gallery.

Following her resignation from Viking Press, Kennedy was hired by Doubleday , where she worked as an associate editor under an old friend, John Turner Sargent, Sr.

Among the books she edited for the company are Larry Gonick 's The Cartoon History of the Universe , [] the English translation of the three volumes of Naghib Mahfuz 's Cairo Trilogy with Martha Levin , [] and autobiographies of ballerina Gelsey Kirkland , [] singer-songwriter Carly Simon , [] and fashion icon Diana Vreeland.

In addition to her work as an editor, Onassis participated in cultural and architectural preservation. In the s, she led a historic preservation campaign to save Grand Central Terminal from demolition and renovate the structure in Manhattan.

In the s, she was a major figure in protests against a planned skyscraper at Columbus Circle that would have cast large shadows on Central Park; [] the project was cancelled.

A later project proceeded despite protests: a large twin-towered skyscraper, the Time Warner Center , was completed in Her notable historic preservation efforts also include her influence in the campaign to save Olana , the home of Frederic Edwin Church in upstate New York.

Onassis remained the subject of considerable press attention, [] especially from the paparazzi photographer Ron Galella , who followed her around and photographed her as she went about her normal activities; he took candid photos of her without her permission.

In the early s, Onassis supported Bill Clinton and contributed money to his presidential campaign. In November , Jacqueline was thrown from her horse while participating in a fox hunt in Middleburg, Virginia , and was taken to the hospital to be examined.

A swollen lymph node was discovered in her groin , which was initially diagnosed by the doctor to be caused by an infection. He added that "She did it in her very own way, and on her own terms, and we all feel lucky for that.

On May 23, , her funeral Mass was held a few blocks away from her apartment at the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola , the Catholic parish where she was baptized in and confirmed as a teenager.

Jacqueline Kennedy remains one of the most popular First Ladies. She was featured 27 times on the annual Gallup list of the top 10 most admired people of the second half of the 20th century; this number is superseded by only Billy Graham and Queen Elizabeth II and is higher than that of any U.

First Ladies due to the admiration for her based around "her fashion sense and later after her husband's assassination, for her poise and dignity".

She was named Woman of the Year for her efforts in uplifting the American history and art. Kennedy is seen as being customary in her role as First Lady, [] [] though Magill argues her life was validation that "fame and celebrity" changed the way First Ladies are evaluated historically.

Galop, [] and Carl Anthony. Jacqueline Kennedy became a global fashion icon during her husband's presidency. After the election, she commissioned French-born American fashion designer and Kennedy family friend Oleg Cassini to create an original wardrobe for her appearances as First Lady.

From to , Cassini dressed her in many of her most iconic ensembles, including her Inauguration Day fawn coat and Inaugural gala gown, as well as many outfits for her visits to Europe, India, and Pakistan.

Kennedy preferred French couture, particularly the work of Chanel , Balenciaga , and Givenchy , but was aware that in her role as First Lady, she would be expected to wear American designers' work.

She also suggested Ben Zuckerman , another highly regarded tailor who regularly offered re-interpretations of Paris couture, and the sportswear designer Stella Sloat, who occasionally offered Givenchy copies.

In her role as First Lady, Kennedy preferred to wear clean-cut suits with a skirt hem down to middle of the knee, three-quarter sleeves on notch-collar jackets, sleeveless A-line dresses, above-the-elbow gloves, low-heel pumps, and pillbox hats.

More than any other First Lady, her style was copied by commercial manufacturers and a large segment of young women.

Kenneth , who worked for her from until She even began wearing jeans in public. Kennedy acquired a large collection of jewelry throughout her lifetime.

Her triple-strand pearl necklace , designed by American jeweler Kenneth Jay Lane , became her signature piece of jewelry during her time as First Lady in the White House.

Blair Brown portrays Kennedy in the miniseries Kennedy , set during the Kennedy presidency. But this pic has a habit of telling us more that it shows us, and the actress manages to communicate the most important elements of the story without ever making it especially convincing.

Kennedy Jr. Jeanne Tripplehorn portrays Onassis in the film Grey Gardens for a single scene. Katie Holmes portrays Kennedy in the miniseries The Kennedys , set during the Kennedy presidency and its sequel The Kennedys: After Camelot , focusing on her life after It's just is a testament to how amazing Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was and how much she meant to our country.

Minka Kelly portrays Kennedy in the film The Butler , giving the film's protagonist Cecil one of her husband's neckties after his assassination.

Ginnifer Goodwin portrays her in the television film Killing Kennedy. If I were under any illusions about what we were doing, seeing her in that iconic moment was, I would say, sobering.

Natalie Portman portrays Kennedy in the film Jackie , set during the JFK presidency and the immediate aftermath of the assassination.

Smith wrote that by portraying Kennedy, Portman was "taking on arguably the biggest challenge of her career". Jodi Balfour portrays Kennedy in the eighth episode of the second season of Netflix 's original drama series, The Crown , titled 'Dear Mrs.

Kennedy,' set during the June visit of the Kennedy couple to the Buckingham Palace and the immediate reaction to the assassination of John F.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Kennedy in the Diplomatic Reception Room, December John F. Aristotle Onassis. Arabella Caroline John Jr.

Socialite Literature editor Writer Photographer. Main article: Patrick Bouvier Kennedy. Main articles: Assassination of John F.

Kennedy , State funeral of John F. Kennedy , and John F. Kennedy autopsy. Don't let it be forgot, that once there was a spot, for one brief, shining moment that was known as Camelot.

There'll be great presidents again See also: Cultural depictions of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Biography portal United States portal Politics portal Literature portal.

McCloy outright opposed such an inquiry. Future president Gerald Ford , who served on the Warren Commission, proposed "most informally" having her interviewed by an associate.

She also attended a private ceremony in Arlington National Cemetery that saw the moving of her husband's coffin, after which he was reinterred so that officials at the cemetery could construct a safer and more stable eternal flame and accommodate the tourists' extensive foot traffic.

The first of these was John F. Kennedy, President, by Hugh Sidey , which was published the year after his death in Simon Michael Bessie, Sidey's editor at Atheneum, recalled her as having read galleys and submitted detailed notes on them.

Despite this recollection, Sidey did not acknowledge her contribution in the book. The following year, she helped Ted Sorensen with his book Kennedy.

Sorensen told Greg Lawrence that after finishing the "first draft" of his "first big book", he gave Onassis the manuscript since he thought she would be helpful, and Onassis provided him with several comments on the book.

Sorensen lauded her assistance in his memoir Counselor , as he wrote that she had "proved to be a superb editor, correcting typographical errors, challenging mistaken assumptions, defending some of her husband's personnel decisions, suggesting useful clarifications, and repeatedly setting the record straight on matters not known to me".

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Neben Englisch hatte sie Französisch, Italienisch und Spanisch gelernt. Später bezeichnete sie diese Zeit als das schönste Jahr ihres Lebens.

Danach absolvierte sie an der Georgetown University [1] ein Aufbaustudium in amerikanischer Geschichte. Ihre Aufgabe bestand darin, zufällig ausgewählten Bewohnern in Washington D.

John F. Kennedy und Jacqueline Bouvier lernten sich im Mai [5] auf einer Dinnerparty kennen und verlobten sich im Juni September in Newport , Rhode Island.

Die ersten Jahre ihrer Ehe verbrachten sie in Washington D. November , John F. Kennedy, Jr. August Die zehnjährige Ehe mit John F. Das belegen ihre zahlreichen, langen und sehr persönlichen Briefe an den irischen Priester Joseph Leonard, die sie ihm im Rahmen einer seelsorgerischen Korrespondenz ab bis zu seinem Todesjahr nach Irland schickte und die erst auftauchten.

Jacquelines Verhältnis zur Familie Kennedy war schwierig, da sie andere Ideale hatte und unter anderem von dem in dem Clan häufig betriebenen Sport nicht viel hielt.

Im Wahlkampf von , in dem John F. Kennedy für das Präsidentenamt kandidierte, spielte Jacqueline eine zwar durch ihre Schwangerschaft begrenzte, aber doch aktive Rolle.

Sie beteiligte sich an Fernseh- und Zeitungsinterviews und nahm Radiokampagnen in fremden Sprachen auf.

Ferner beriet sie ihren Mann in der Gestaltung seiner Reden, indem sie sich an geschichtlichen Beispielen orientierte.

Januar legte er seinen Amtseid als Präsident der Vereinigten Staaten ab. Zu diesem Zweck gründete sie im Februar ein Gremium. Am Jacqueline Kennedy kümmerte sich insgesamt um einen kulturellen Anstrich mit geistigen Ansprüchen.

Januar eine Ausstellung der Mona Lisa in Washington. Jacqueline Kennedy machte in der Öffentlichkeit vor allem durch ihre Garderobe auf sich aufmerksam.

Besonders populär waren ihre Pillbox-Hüte. Bereits Ende war sie zur Bestgekleideten Frau der Welt gewählt worden.

Er gestand ihr guten Geschmack und vor allem die Fähigkeit zu, sich mit kompetenten Menschen umgeben zu haben. Einen ihrer am meisten beachteten Auftritte hatte sie, als sie mit ihrem Mann am Mai zu Charles de Gaulle nach Frankreich reiste, wo sie mit ihren Kenntnissen der französischen Sprache und ihrem Wissen über die französische Kultur beeindruckte.

Beim Attentat auf Kennedy am Ihr blutbespritztes Kostüm wollte sie in den folgenden Stunden nicht wechseln. Johnson in ihrer Anwesenheit als der neue Präsident der Vereinigten Staaten vereidigt wurde.

Sie begründete dies damit, dass die Leute das Blut sehen sollten. Auf der Trauerfeier am November entzündete sie die Ewige Flamme auf dem Nationalfriedhof Arlington.

Kennedy gewidmet ist. In den späten ern half sie mit, das historische New Yorker Grand Central Terminal vor dem Abbruch zu bewahren, indem sie eine Bürgerinitiative anführte.

Das Ladies Home Journal wählte sie unter die mächtigsten Frauen des Die Öffentlichkeit reagierte irritiert, als die Hochzeit bekannt wurde.

Auch Freunde kritisierten Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Es war ein Ausbruch aus der beklemmenden Besessenheit, mit der die Amerikaner mich und meine Kinder in Anspruch nahmen.

Jacqueline und Aristoteles Onassis sahen sich selten. Onassis wurde in der Öffentlichkeit wiederholt mit Maria Callas gesehen. Jacqueline Kennedy lebte abwechselnd auf Skorpios und in Paris.

Die meiste Zeit verbrachte sie mit Reisen und Einkaufen, was wiederholt zu Auseinandersetzungen des Paares führte.

Onassis gab ihr infolge der hohen Ausgaben bei ihren Einkäufen den Spitznamen Supertanker , da er meinte, sie kostete ihn genauso viel wie der Kauf eines Schiffes.

März starb. Ihr Anteil am Erbe war durch einen Ehevertrag stark eingeschränkt. Der Paparazzo Settimio Garritano hatte sie unbekleidet auf Skorpios fotografiert.

Larry Flynt kaufte die Aufnahmen und veröffentlichte sie. August zusammen, einem verheirateten Industriellen und Diamantenhändler. Sie hatten sich in den er Jahren kennengelernt, als er den damaligen Senator John F.

Kennedy südafrikanischen Unternehmern aus der Diamantenindustrie vorstellte. Ab arbeitete sie als Lektorin beim Verlag Doubleday.

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