40 Rare Photos of the Kennedys' Personal Life—From Vacations to Time at Home
The snapshots with Caroline and JFK Jr. are the best. As far as America's most famous families go, it's hard to measure up to the Kennedys, the closest thing the United States has ever had to a royal family. But even with the presidential campaigns, celebrity romances, and new generations, it seems that what fascinates us the most about the Kennedys is their lifestyle. That's especially true about the "Camelot" years, when John F. Kennedy, his wife, Jackie, and their young kids, Caroline and John F. Kennedy Jr., lived in the White House. More than 60 years later, we still love to talk about them—specifically what they wore, where they vacationed, and how they spent their days in the '50s and '60s. Scroll through to see rare photos of JFK, Jackie, and the Kennedy family—from quiet moments on the Kennedy Compound and time spent with their pony, Macaroni, to life in the White House.
The rich, star-studded legacy of French-American heritage
Though France and the US can seem worlds apart, and many Americans still find the majority of Europe's quirks to be bizarre, the two countries are actually quite closely linked. The history of French-American culture can still be felt today, as France was a supporter of the US from the very beginning. The years of influence ring out in art, culture, cuisine, architecture, urban planning, and even in some of the most famous people in the country. Click through to look back on some historic moments that solidified the friendship between the two countries, and see which American celebrities are actually of French descent.