Jackie Kennedy’s bodyguard rejected her offer of a playdate with their kids, he said she was a “great mom”


Jackie Kennedy's life story reads like a chapter from an epic American narrative. Born Jacqueline Lee Bouvier on a summer's day in 1929 in the affluent community of Southampton, New York, she entered the world as the daughter of John Vernon Bouvier III and Janet Lee Bouvier. The world came to know her as Jackie, a woman who would leave an indelible mark on American history.

Jackie grew up amidst privilege, her early days filled with equestrian lessons, creative writing, and the arts. With her family's wealth, she attended prestigious private schools and lived a life peppered with time in New York City, Hampton, and Rhode Island. Here, she began penning poems and stories, often illustrating them herself, and even took up ballet.

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Her education began at Miss Chapin's School, where one teacher, Miss Platt, noted her to be both exceptionally artistic and playfully mischievous. Yet, Jackie was no stranger to trouble; a geography class incident led to a notably poor mark in conduct on her report card.

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