Jackie Kennedy's Granddaughter Rose Schlossberg
Rose Kennedy Schlossberg is an American actress who is Caroline Kennedy's oldest child and John F. Kennedy's first-born grandchild.
She was born to designer Edwin Schlossberg and Caroline Kennedy, the oldest and only surviving child of US President John F. Kennedy and his wife, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy.
From 1961 to 1963, Jackie Kennedy was the first lady of the United States. She was an American writer and book editor.
She was a famous first lady who attracted herself to the American people with her fashion sense, love for her family, and commitment to the White House's historic preservation.
She was recognized as a worldwide fashion icon throughout her lifetime.
She graduated from Harvard University in 2010. Schlossberg has been compared to First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, her maternal grandmother.
Rose Schlossberg's Wedding. Her Instagram
Rose Schlossberg's wedding information has not been revealed yet.
Discussing her Instagram account, she does not seem to be active on it but, she is available on her Twitter account under the username @rodgercyborg, but she has kept her account protected.
More information regarding her relationship status is yet to be published.
Rose's Family & Sibling
Rose Kennedy, her maternal great-grandmother, was her name.
Tatiana and Jack Schlossberg are Schlossberg's younger siblings.
Schlossberg's mother is a Catholic with several ancestors, while her father is from a Ukrainian.
She was brought up in her mother's faith, but she also celebrates Jewish holidays and holy days.
Rose's Wikipedia, Bio & Age
Rose Schlossberg's bio has been featured on the official page of Wikipedia. Discussing her age, she is 33 years old.
Schlossberg was born in New York on June 25, 1988,
She began her studies at Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 2006.
She received a bachelor's degree in English studies, attended film classes, and developed a passion for fashion.
Rose earned a Master of Professional Studies in 2013 after returning to school a year later at New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program.