JFK's Only Grandson Jack Schlossberg Is All Grown up and Looks so Much like His Late Grandad
Jack Schlossberg, the only grandson of John F. Kennedy, has made headlines for his almost uncanny resemblance to his late grandfather.
Jack's Instagram account gives an insight into the kind of fun-loving individual he is, and a lot of people frequently remark on how he has inherited JFK's great looks.
Much the same as his granddad and mom, Jack is passionate about politics.
Jack is the child of Caroline Bouvier Kennedy and Edwin Schlossberg, as reported by Scribol.
His mom is the only living child of JFK and his wife, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy.
In contrast to Caroline, Jack grew up mostly away from the public eye, and the glare of the camera flash. Just when he was a grown-up did the media begin to take an interest in him.
He attended the prestigious Yale University and graduated in 2015. He earned his degree in history, specializing in Japanese history, PEOPLE reported.
In May 2018, Schlossberg took to Instagram to announce that he would appear in the season 8 finale of "Blue Bloods."
"I don't make the rules, I just pretend to enforce them — Cash me tonight on season 8 finale of Blue Bloods my dream come true!! Best show in the entire world," he wrote.
Jack made his first television appearance with his mother on the "Today" show, where they talked about his future in politics.
He has demonstrated enthusiasm for their privately-owned company and is likewise somebody who appreciates his family's customs.
He once traveled to Japan to visit his mother, the then U.S. Ambassador to the country. The pair toured the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant and visited an orphanage.
Jack's first claim to fame was when he helped to establish ReLightNY, an environmental group, at 14 years old.
The charity is intending to give energy-efficient light bulbs to low-income housing developments.
Much the same as his granddad and mom, Jack is passionate about politics and is associated with several humanitarian causes.
Not many individuals know that John F. Kennedy gave his presidential and authoritative compensations to different charities.
On November 22, 1963, JFK was assassinated while his motorcade was driving through Dallas, Texas. He was pronounced dead about thirty minutes after the assault.