Jackie kennedy’s granddaughter looks exactly like her iconic grandmother
Posted June 1
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was the epitome of glamour. Those clothes! That hairstyle! The former First Lady passed away in 1994, but her legacy (and her good genes!) is alive and well in her 27-year-old granddaughter, Rose Kennedy Schlossberg. She is a dead ringer for her iconic grandmother, and has a style all her own to boot.
The resemblance between grandmother and granddaughter is uncanny in the side-by-side photos shared on Instagram by author Emily Griffin. Kennedy Schlossberg is the spitting image of Jackie-right down to her famous hairstyle.
Look at this adorable photo of a young Kennedy Schlossberg walking in New York’s Central Park with her grandmother in 1992.
Kennedy Schlossberg may have a famous pedigree, but she’s not relying on her political ties to make a name for herself. The oldest child of Caroline Kennedy is the creator of a hilarious web series, End Times Girls Club. Kennedy Schlossberg also stars in the series, which puts a satirical spin on surviving in a post-apocalyptic world.
“I thought it would be interesting to create this world where girls have to be survivalists without compromising their cute factor,” Kennedy Schlossberg told Mashable.
And as if beauty and humor aren’t enough, Kennedy Schlossberg also has brains. She graduated from Harvard in 2010 with a degree in English. She went on to earn a Master of Professional Studies from New York University in 2013. Her time at NYU is what inspired “End Times Girls Club.”
“It came up as a response to seeing the way that New York responded to Hurricane Sandy, and how people were grossly underprepared-specifically, girls in damsel in distress mode,” she told Mashable.
Kennedy Schlossberg was named after her great-grandmother, Rose Kennedy, who was President John F. Kennedy’s mother.
And it’s not just Kennedy Schlossberg’s mom’s side of the family that is noteworthy. Her dad, Edwin Schlossberg, is pretty well-known, too. Although many might know him as simply Caroline Kennedy’s husband, Schlossberg, is quite accomplished in his own right. A museum exhibit designer, he has published several books and was appointed to the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts by President Barack Obama in 2011.