“You Are An Atypical Husband”: In The Never Seen Before Letters, Jackie Reveals Her True Feelings To Her Husband JFK

Date October 30, 2018

Jacqueline Kennedy, the U.S. First Lady during the presidency of her husband, John F. Kennedy, from January 1961 until 1963, was an example of the perfect style and good manners.

Nevertheless, she also suffered from some rumors. For example, Jackie was slammed for marrying for the second time. The biographer J. Randy Taraborrelli claims Jackie always paid attention to money and power.

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He told People:

It’s not to say Jackie did not love J.F.K. and Onassis in her own way. She did. But if they were not well off, she would not have been with them.

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The love letter to Jack

But Jacqueline Kennedy’s true feelings turned out to be different. She was a loving and devoted wife, who loved her husband more than anybody else.

In the secret love letter to John, she revealed all her inner emotions, writing that they both were meant for each other:

You are an atypical husband—increasingly so in one way or another every year since we’ve been married—so you mustn’t be surprised to have an atypical wife—Each of us would have been so lonely with the normal kind. I can’t write down what I feel for you, but I will show you when I am with you—and I think you must know—.


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The legendary pink suit

Recently, some other hidden documents, related to Jacqueline Kennedy, were found. The four-page packing list, written by the first lady before her 1963 trip to Texas, includes the detailed schedule, together with carefully planned outfits for each stop, for example, the now-iconic pink ensemble she was wearing when her husband was assassinated.


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The pink Chanel suit that the first lady Jacqueline Kennedy wore on the day of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, has been a lasting symbol of that fateful day in Dallas on November 22, 1963. And now, thanks to the newly uncovered documents, the public knows just how meticulously the First Lady has planned that outfit in advance.


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Jackie’s love letter to Jack, which shows their true emotions and feelings towards each other, is now offered on auction. They were indeed atypical and devoted husband and wife!

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