Jean Ann Kennedy Smith
It grew as a shy child into a loud family, their nut/mother meant: “You it was born so late that she saw only the tragedies, but not the high points”. It went on the Manhattan college, where it itself with two of their future sisters-in-law, Ethel Skakel Kennedy and Virginia Joan Bennett, made friends.
To 19. May 1956 married it the businessman Stephen Edward Smith, which managte finances of the Kennedy family and their political campaigns. Jean stepped never in such a way in the footlights like their brothers and sisters, it preferred a withdrawn life and established themselves with its family into New York. After the birth of its two sons it adopted two girls, by whom the younger in Viet Nam was born during the war.
To 19. August 1990 died their married man after long fight at cancer. 1991 were accused and acquitted its son William of the rape. 1993 stepped it into the Fussstapfen of its father and became on suggestion of Bill Clinton ambassador in Ireland, where she engaged herself in the peace process, this posts held it until 1998. Afterwards it created the Very Special kind, a Nonprofit organization, which supports the artistic talents of handicapped children.
The pair has two sons:
- Stephen Smith Jr. (1957)
- William Kennedy Smith (1960)
and adopted two daughters:
- Amanda Mary Smith (1967)
- Kym Maria Smith (1972)
|NAME||Kennedy Smith, Jean Ann|
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||US-American woman from the Kennedy family|
|DATE OF BIRTH||20. February 1928|
|PLACE OF BIRTH|