John and Jacqueline Kennedy's granddaughter has grown up into a beautiful and intelligent woman

One of John and Jacqueline Kennedy’s grandchildren is a gorgeous journalist.

On Twitter, 28-year-old Tatiana Schlossberg describes herself as a “heartbreaker, kingmaker, environmental journalist.”

Tatiana married George Moran, a medicine student at Columbia University whom she met in Yale, in September 2017. They tied the knot in a private ceremony on Martha’s Vineyard.

Tatiana used to write about climate change and other environmental issues for the New York Times, for which she also covered New York City for the Metro section. She also previously wrote the popular morning column New York Today.

She also wrote the book, “Inconspicuous Consumption: The Environmental Impact You Don't Know You Have.”

The Yale graduate studied the history of Native Americans and continued her research at Oxford University, England.

Tatiana is the daughter of Caroline Bouvier Kennedy, John and Jacqueline Kennedy’s only living child who had served as the ambassador of US to Japan from 2013 through 2017.

She has a sister, Rose, and a brother, John (also known as Jack). The three of them grew up out of the public eye.

Tatiana married George Moran, a medicine student at Columbia University whom she met in Yale, in September 2017. They tied the knot in a private ceremony on Martha’s Vineyard.

TATIANA'S BROTHER

Meanwhile, Tatiana’s brother, Jack, and John F. Kennedy’s only grandson has embarked on an acting career, making his acting debut on CBS series, “Blue Bloods”.

The 25-year-old actor had a special appearance on the finale episode of the crime-drama series’ eight episodes.

Jack, who played Officer Jack Hammer, wrote on Instagram that his appearance on the show is a “dream come true”.

He shared a photo of himself wearing a police officer uniform posing alongside his mother, Caroline Kennedy, the show’s executive producer, Kevin Wade, and Blue Bloods stars, Will Estes and Vanessa Ray.

Apart from his budding career in the acting industry, Schlossberg is currently enrolled at Harvard Law School.

He previously opened up about the possibilities of him getting involved in politics just like his grandfather.

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