Caroline Kennedy Facts

Caroline Kennedy Facts
Caroline Kennedy, sometimes known as Caroline Schlossberg-Kennedy, is the daughter and sole of former President John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy. She grew up in Boston and Washington and after her father was assassinated in 1963, Caroline and her brother were raised in Manhattan. Kennedy has worked in public relations, law, and politics for most of her adult life, playing different roles in the national Democrat Party and serving as the United States ambassador to Japan from 2013 to 2017 under President Barack Obama. Kennedy was born Caroline Bouvier Kennedy on November 27, 1952 to John and Jacqueline Kennedy in New York, New York. She earned a BA from Harvard University in 1980 and later earned a law degree from Columbia. Caroline married her husband, Edwin Schlossberg, in 1986. The couple has three children, two daughters and a son.
Interesting Caroline Kennedy Facts:
Caroline's middle name is her mother's family name.
Despite only living at the White House less than three years, many photos exist of Caroline and her brother John Junior on the White House grounds. Caroline was noted for having a pony named "Macaroni."
John Junior died in a plane accident of the coast of Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts.
Croner Neil Diamond has said that his international hit, "Sweet Caroline," was written with Caroline Kenney in mind when she was living in the White House.
Kennedy's net worth is around $300 million.
She spoke at the 2000 and 2008 Democrat national conventions.
In addition to her work in public service, Kennedy has written, co-authored, and edited several books.
Kennedy's daughter Rose, is an actor in the YouTube series End Time Girls Club.
After her father was assassinated, Caroline and her brother were given the news by their nanny, Maud Shaw.
Caroline Kennedy has represented her family the state funerals of former Republican presidents Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan.
In 1967, the teenage Caroline christened the aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy in Newport News, Virginia.
Caroline's father's brother, Robert, was her godfather until he too was assassinated in 1968. Her uncle Ted then became her godfather and took an active role in her upbringing. He visited her in New York and later helped her land jobs and make connections in the business and political worlds.
Caroline worked as a research assistant in the Film and Television Department at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, which is where she met her future husband.
Caroline Kennedy has been quite private about her personal life and finances, although it's known that she currently lives at a separative address from her husband and the two are believed to be separated.

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