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Jacqueline Kennedy, her hair and hat askew from the wind, holds her 2-month-old son, John F., Jr., while her daughter, Caroline, sits at her side, Feb. 4, 1961 in a limousine at Washington National Airport. The children flew to the capital from Palm Beach, Fla., to join their parents in the White House for the first time. (AP Photo)

Jacqueline Kennedy, her hair and hat askew from the wind, holds her 2-month-old son, John F., Jr., while her daughter, Caroline, sits at her side, Feb. 4, 1961 in a limousine at Washington National Airport. The children flew to the capital from Palm Beach, Fla., to join their parents in the White House for the first time. (AP Photo)

Jackie Kennedy with John Jr. & Caroline  "If you mess up your children, nothing else you do really matters."-  Jackie Kennedy

Jackie Kennedy with John Jr. & Caroline "If you mess up your children, nothing else you do really matters."- Jackie Kennedy

Leaming states that she believes Jackie Kennedy, pictured landing in New York in 1962, suffered from undiagnosed post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after her husband's death

JFK’s death left Jackie Kennedy trapped in an endless horror movie

Leaming states that she believes Jackie Kennedy, pictured landing in New York in 1962, suffered from undiagnosed post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after her husband's death

Jackie Kennedy sits proudly listening to her husband's speech at the Hotel Texas on the morning of November 22. They left Fort Worth, enjoying a ticker tape parade from the back of their convertible as it traveled on Main Street. Bands played, cheerleaders waved and thousands greeted the President as the bright sun shone down on the motorcade. The President’s visit to Fort Worth was a remarkable success. A few hours later, the excitement of his Fort Worth visit was all but forgotten.

Jackie Kennedy sits proudly listening to her husband's speech at the Hotel Texas on the morning of November 22. They left Fort Worth, enjoying a ticker tape parade from the back of their convertible as it traveled on Main Street. Bands played, cheerleaders waved and thousands greeted the President as the bright sun shone down on the motorcade. The President’s visit to Fort Worth was a remarkable success. A few hours later, the excitement of his Fort Worth visit was all but forgotten.

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