Let's take a look at five things you might not have known about Jackie O. Jacqueline Bouvier came to international prominence when JFK became president, but she very nearly had a different husband. In December , she became engaged to another man, John G. Husted was a Yale grad, a stockbroker, and a member of the same upper class of New York society as the Bouvier family. The engagement didn't last long, though. By March of , Jackie had called it off. It's not exactly clear why she gave Husted the ax, but there's been lots of speculation. Some biographers think that Jackie's mother, Janet, felt that Husted didn't make enough money to support her in style.
TO the watching world Jackie Kennedy appeared the perfect widow, displaying dignity and grace as she struggled with the horrific murder of the President she had loved. The idea of Kennedy as a noble King Arthur-type figure presiding over a golden age of wisdom and chivalry was a myth Jackie needed to build in order to hide the grim truth. This was a loveless marriage under deep strain in the weeks leading up to the bullets striking the President in Dallas in November But since her death from cancer aged 64 in , far more about her illicit trysts has become known. But father-of Bobby had to give up the relationship when he made his own bid for the presidency in — which ended in his assassination during the campaign. Jackie had invited him back to her Washington home after a heavy drinking session and danced closely to him.
These nude images of Jackie Kennedy Onassis were taken on a Greek beach in after her own husband tipped off photographers with her exact location, a new book has claimed. The images, which were splashed across magazines and newspapers worldwide, were taken as the couple endured a turbulent marriage fraught with infidelity, absences and family scorn. It has emerged that the photographers were tipped off by her own husband, Aristotle Onassis. Plot: Tired of Jackie suing the media for invasion of privacy, her husband gave ten photographers detailed maps and time plans of when she would be on the beach in Skorpios, Greece.
Last Updated on June 3, She thought she was safe, far away from the creatures that chased her, armed with their notebooks and cameras. She thought she had found a sanctuary where she could be free from constant fear of an invasion. So it was here, on the island of Skorpios in the Ionian Sea, that Jackie Onassis slipped out of her clothes and prepared to lay down naked in the Greek sun. The photograph of the former US First Lady in the nude went around the world.