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“I always wished I could have participated more in those first shining hours with him [Jack], but at least I thought I had given him our John, the son he longed for so much.” - Jackie Kennedy


Jacqueline Kennedy stands in front of her husband's grave at Arlington National Cemetery on November 28, 1963. With Mrs. Kennedy are, John J. McNally, Jr., Larry O'Brien, Pierre Salinger and Kenneth O'Donnell, all of the White House staff, and her sister, Princess Lee Radziwill. Mrs. Kennedy kneels and makes the sign of the cross. The eternal flame she lit on the day of the funeral is seen in the foreground.


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Jacki Kennedy was always elegant in pictures. She also was a fashion icon. Check out the pink gloves.