Jackie O's sister, Lee Radziwill, has died at age 85

Discussion in 'Celebrity Scuttlebutt' started by Snarky's Ghost, Feb 16, 2019.

  1. Snarky's Ghost

    Snarky's Ghost Soap Chat Oracle

    Message Count:
    5,423
    Trophy Points:
    6,136
    Location:
    Haunting that cozy cellar under Falcon Crest
    Ratings:
    +7,166
    Medals:
    7
    Member Since:
    September 2000
    She just sounded horrible.

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/entertain...assed-away-aged-85/ar-BBTG5Tz?ocid=spartanntp


    Lee Radziwill, the younger of Jackie Kennedy Onassis, has passed away in New York at the age of 85.

    She was born Caroline Lee Bouvier on March 3, 1933, in Southampton, New York. Radziwill was married three times during her life. Her first marriage, to Michael Canfield, a publishing executive, was annulled. Her second marriage, to real estate developer Stanislas Radziwill, with whom she had two children-Anna Christina (Tina) and Anthony-ended in divorce. Radziwill's third marriage to the director Herb Ross also ended in divorce.

    Throughout her life, Radziwill had several careers, from working as an actress, to becoming an interior designer, to her role as a brand ambassador for Giorgio Armani.

    [​IMG] © Santi Visalli - Getty Images With Truman Capote in New York on June 6, 1969.

    WWD notes that Radziwill’s career as a PR executive and special events co-ordinator for Armani was incredibly successful. She has long been considered an important fashion icon, and the publication points to designer Michael Kors for whom Radziwill was a muse.

    Back in 2016, Radziwill gave an incredible interview to Vanity Fair for their "Sisters Issue." Initially, Radziwill was defensive on the topic of Kennedy Onassis saying, "Please tell me this is not a story about my sister and me. I'm just sick of that! It's like we're Siamese twins!"

    [​IMG] © Ron Galella - Getty Images With Jackie Kennedy outside the Alvin Theater in New York City, on May 11, 1970.

    Eventually, she opened up about her infamous sister's role as First Lady, and explained, "There were so many things I couldn't do when my brother-in-law was president." Lee said that when John F. Kennedy died, she thought, "Finally, I'm free."
     
    Last edited: Feb 16, 2019

Share This Page