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Hi hi. Funny lady:)
Aren't we spunky?
The most famous and handsome American President of post war America and his marvelously beautiful & gorgeous wife. Jacqueline in fact actually became a "saddle horse" when she married the extremely wealthy Aristotle Onassis !
Especially since Ari was an old mule.
it was right! hahaha
I didn't know that, but do now :)
As far as titles go, it does rub me the wrong way as well. But Jackie O held that position and title in such a memorable way! She was one stylish, classy lady.
Interesting tidbit from the most interesting political family in history.
I generally find the position of a first lady degrading to the whole nation because she isn't chosen by the people and should not have any official state function. In my country wives of the presidents are usually unknown to general public.
Didnt realize he was so much taller than her.
She wasn´t the first lady , she was the Only lady in the White house. I love her.Kisses:)
Thanks for leaving such a darling comment on my blog!Yeah, here in Germany the spouse usually also has no political function or power, since it wasn't them who were elected!Have the best weekend ever,-Kati
LOL Love that!
I suppose "First Lady" is supposed to be the democratic equivalent of "Queen." They have a First Lady in France too. Big scandal at the moment. We don't have one in Canada. We have the Prime Minister's wife.
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Love Jackie O:) I like that quote.
Great!http://elsecretodejadekinomoto.blogspot.com.es/Tengo un sorteo si te apetece :)
Wow that's very interesting.. Hehe saddle horse..One A Day Tech
That is funny! Sounds like she was a feisty one.
haha didn't want to be off to the races
Two of my favoriteppeople. Such a loss when they were gone.
Jackie was certainly a person of strong likes and dislikes.
A delightful quote!
Haha that's funny. I love horses, though
LOL! I like her sense of humour.
She was wonderful. So elegant and intelligent :)
None of the other first ladies could hold a candle to her since then either. She was the epitome of class!
I've always admired the quiet dignity and class of Jacqueline Kennedy.
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