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Princess Grace of Monaco and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy
Grace Kelly and Jacqueline Kennedy. Grace Kelly once gave an adorable interview to the JFK Library in 1965 about an amusing experience she had with the then-Senator John F. Kennedy in the 50’s. GALLICO: Was [the trip to the White House with Prince Rainer in 1962] the first time that you had met the President? GRACE: Actually, no. The first time was before he became the President, during that year he was in the hospital in New York with his back. I had been to a dinner party where I had met Mrs. Kennedy and her sister [Lee Bouvier Radziwill] the first time. They asked me to go to the hospital with them to pay a visit and help cheer him up. They wanted me to go into his room and say I was the new night nurse. GALLICO: That was a quaint idea. Did you?GRACE: Well I hesitated! I was terribly embarrassed. Eventually I was sort of pushed into his room by the two girls. I introduced myself, but he had recognized me at once and couldn’t have been sweeter or more quick to put me at ease. Via
First Lady Jackie Kennedy escorts Princess Grace to the luncheon for Grace and her husband, Prince Rainier
Grace Kelly..ah yes the everyday women who married a prince. I remember the scenario well.
Jackie Kennedy Onassis
Princess Grace of Monaco wearing Christian Dior gown and Cartier jewels at a Charity Gala for the Monte Carlo Red Cross, August 1968.
At the foreign ministry in Mexico City / 31 Flawless Photos Of Jackie Kennedy (via BuzzFeed)
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Grace Kelly in the engagement dress of High Society (1956) #CostumeDesign by Helen Rose.
grace kelly ... This is cute ~ looks like she's about 18 or thereabouts ?!?
Bridal portrait of Jacqueline Lee Bouvier shows her in an Anne Lowe-designed wedding dress.New York, 1953.
grace kelly 1950s. Allegedly she is a distant cousin of my grandmother's.
Jackie Kennedy. What ever happened to the cigarett holder? I think they were soooo sexy.
Jackie Kennedy - Hosting guests at a White House dinner honoring 49 American Nobel Prize winners in April 1962.