Caroline Bouvier Kennedy is an American author and attorney who served as the United States Ambassador to Japan. She was the second child out of two, born to the former president John F. Kennedy and his wife First Lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy.
Despite having the privilege of being born in one of the most prestigious American families, she didn’t have the happiest memories as a child. Notably, in 1963 when just about a week before her birthday; her father was shot dead in Texas.
Three Children With American Designer Husband!
The daughter of American former president John Kennedy, Caroline is married to an American designer Edwin Schlossberg. Her husband Edwin has a design firm, ESI Design located in the New York City. The couple had their wedding on 19 July 1986 in a Catholic ceremony on Cape Cod. The Einstein and Beckett author marked both his 41st birthday and his big day when he tied the knot with Caroline.
Caroline Kennedy and her husband Edwin Schlossberg tied a knot on 19 July 1986 at Cape Cod (Photo: Getty Images)
Together, the couple has three children Rose Schlossberg, Tatiana Schlossberg, and Jack Schlossberg. Their first daughter Rose was born on 25 June 1988 and nearly after two years, on 5 May 1990, Tatiana joined her elder sister. Meanwhile, their son Jack was born on 19 January 1993. Caroline and her husband Edwin's relationship is still going strong, and there is no news about their divorce.
The former American president John Kennedy's grandchildren have all grown up. His granddaughter Tatiana had a wedding with George Moran at Red Gate Farm in September 2017. The ceremony consisted of a limited number of guests, and while most of the family members were present including Caroline and Edwin, the only absentee was the families of Caroline's cousin Kerry Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, and Jr, Maria Shriver.
How Much Is Caroline Kennedy's Net Worth?
Caroline, age 61, is an American attorney and diplomat who savors the net worth of $250 million. She has worked in different positions and sectors as a profession and has received overwhelming fame and fan following. She has helped in founding and establishing “JFK Library Foundation” and is herself the president of the board.
Her political connections saw her close to Barack Obama during the elections, and although many considered her to be the replacement for the senator’s post; it was Kirsten Gillibrand in the end who replaced Hillary Clinton.
Caroline Kennedy became the U.S. Ambassador to Japan and sworn an oath at the White House. Since then, she has been working actively in diplomatic relations, and has also written and published about half a dozen books; which makes her an author too.
Short Bio And Wiki
Caroline was born on 27 November 1957 in Manhattan, New York. She, along with her mother and brother left the White House and started living on the East Side of Manhattan. There, she attended the Radcliffe College, working simultaneously at the “Metropolitan Museum of Art,” Manhattan.
She is a law graduate from the Columbia Law School and although hasn’t practiced much law, but has co-written a couple of books about it. Born and bred as an American citizen, the Kennedys seem to have a mixed European ethnicity; especially from Ireland and Holland, as per wiki.