50 years after they were sealed, former first lady Jackie Kennedy’s stunning, intimate interviews with a pal in the tragic days following the death of JFK will finally be revealed!
In 1964, scant months after the assassination of John Kennedy, the bereaved widow sat down for seven interviews with close pal Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
The interviews were kept sealed, upon her request, at the JFK Presidential Library.
With the 50th anniversary next year of John’s presidential election in 1961, Jackie’s raw emotion will be available to public scrutiny.
According to the book’s pub, Hyperion, Jackie’s shockingly candid and frank interviews will cover EVERYTHING about her and JFK’s intimate life together – not only in the public eye but behind closed doors.
"These interviews offer a remarkable window into the intelligent, courageous, and keen observer that Jacqueline Kennedy was," the publisher revealed to The ENQUIRER.
As the ENQUIRER reported previously Jackie turned to Bobby Kennedy for solace after JFK’s death and the two soon became not-so-secret lovers.