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Caroline Kennedy's Daughters Left "Horrified" By Unreleased Interview With Jacqueline Kennedy

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Caroline Kennedy leaves a book signing.

Not everyone was a fan of ABC airing a two-hour special featuring a previously-unheard interview with former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy. The special may have garnered 8.4 million viewers, but the material left her late grandkids, Caroline Kennedy’s daughters, “horrified.”

During the interview, the former First Lady said that her marriage to President John F. Kennedy was “a rather terribly Victorian or Asiatic relationship” and said she got all her opinions from her husband.

Caroline Kennedy said Wednesday on ABC’s Good Morning America that her daughters were “absolutely horrified” when they listened to that segment of the interview.

Caroline said they asked: “Did she really think that?”

But Kennedy insists the tapes are “just a snapshot of a world we barely recognize.”

Did you watch the ABC special? How did you feel afterwards?

Check out photos of Caroline below and let us know who you think she looks more like: Jacqueline or John.


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    Caroline Kennedy
    Caroline a few years back, with less volume to her hair.
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    Caroline Kennedy
    The mayor looks very intimidated by Caroline.
  • Caroline Kennedy 3 of 7
    Caroline Kennedy
    The only living member of the late John F. Kennedy's family.
  • Caroline Kennedy 4 of 7
    Caroline Kennedy
    Caroline looking super radiant. Do you see a Jacqueline resemblance?
  • Caroline Kennedy 5 of 7
    Caroline Kennedy
    Caroline looking classy and demure.
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    Caroline Kennedy
    Caroline leaving a book signing...
  • Caroline Kennedy 7 of 7
    Caroline Kennedy
    What do you think of Caroline's look?
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[Photos via Pacific Coast News.]

 

 

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