Jackie Kennedy Onassis - After JFK: 1963 President Assassination, First Lady, American Icon, New York Years, Journalist, Mother, Children, Family, Fashion, Style, White House, Cancer, Politics & Grief
Since her early days as first lady in the White House, Jacqueline Kennedy captivated heads of state and admirers worldwide with her beauty, intelligence and wit. She was also the epitome of elegance and grace, raising the bar in fashion for millions of American women. When President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on Nov. 24, 1963, the nation looked to her for solace and guidance. Delaying her own grief, she became a beacon of dignity and resilience. But in a few short years, the widow in black would transform into Jackie O, the high-flying wife of a Greek tycoon, the very New York City mom of two young children, a visible voice in historic preservation and a hard-working editor in publishing. In Jackie After Jack, learn more about the later era of Jackie’s life, the surprising choices she made, her undeniable influence on pop culture and her continuing legacy. Six decades after she left the White House and nearly three decades after her death, the world has yet to lose its fascination with Jackie O.