Let's take a look at five things you might not have known about Jackie O. Jacqueline Bouvier came to international prominence when JFK became president, but she very nearly had a different husband. In December , she became engaged to another man, John G. Husted was a Yale grad, a stockbroker, and a member of the same upper class of New York society as the Bouvier family.
The truth behind Jackie O’s nude photos
These nude images of Jackie Kennedy Onassis were taken on a Greek beach in after her own husband tipped off photographers with her exact location, a new book has claimed. The images, which were splashed across magazines and newspapers worldwide, were taken as the couple endured a turbulent marriage fraught with infidelity, absences and family scorn. It has emerged that the photographers were tipped off by her own husband, Aristotle Onassis. Plot: Tired of Jackie suing the media for invasion of privacy, her husband gave ten photographers detailed maps and time plans of when she would be on the beach in Skorpios, Greece. Jackie had married Ari in after he wooed her with gifts and declarations of love - even though her family and friends were never convinced he was the right match for her. Throughout their relationship, Ari pursued his not-so-secret affair with opera singer Maria Callas - while allegedly using his press contacts to publicly humiliate Jackie for stepping out of line. Turbulent: He wooed the former First Lady into marriage in pictured but it was rocky from the start.
Andersen claims that Onassis set up Jackie to be photographed in the nude by the paparazzi to embarrass her. President John K. According to excerpts of the book that have been released by foreign media, the Greek tycoon repeatedly cheated on Jackie O.
The photo, which show the former first lady skinny dipping, is signed "For Andy, with enduring affection, Jackie Montauk" - a reference to the artist's beach front estate in Montauk, on Long Island. The revealing photograph was discovered by archivists sifting through cardboard boxes, filing cabinets and a shipping container that belonged to the pop artist. Now the spouses of the 19 heads of states and representatives of the European Union coming to Pittsburgh in September for the Group of 20 global economic summit may also get a peek at the papers, stamps, photos, gifts and nicknacks that made up Warhol's life. The idea, he says, is to give them white smocks and gloves, just as the archivists wear, and a box to sift through. The White House hasn't decided whether to go for it, he said. If it does, any boxes would be vetted in advance to ensure nothing crops up that is offensive - such as pornography - or truly disgusting - like the oozing, decades-old soup cans Warhol often dumped inside.