On September 12, 1953, gave the future US president John F. Kennedy and his future First Lady Jacqueline Bouvier in Newport, Rhode Iceland, node. It was a senator from Massachusetts and it was lovely graduated u a. The Sorbonne in Paris ..
700 guests at the wedding ceremony at St. Mary's Church was held, which was decorated with pink gladioli and white chrysanthemums guests. Since Jackie's father, Jack Bouvier, was too ill to escort his daughter down the aisle, crossed the bride on the arm of her stepfather, Hugh D. Auchincloss, before her husband. In it, Valentino designed elfenbeifarbenen taffeta dress she looked simply beautiful. The veil she wore, she had received from her grandmother.
Archbishop Richard Cushing both confidence at a 40-minute ceremony, were sung in the songs of the famous tenor Luigi Vena, and in which even a special blessing of Pope Pius XII. was read. "A crowd of people waiting outside and pushed it just to see the bride," recalled one of the bridesmaids. Seven years later, John F. Kennedy was the youngest president in the United States.
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