“Last summer, I had a great time with you. This is a wonderful memory of my life,” Kennedy wrote to Gunilla von Post (Gunilla von Post), who was marrying Jacqueline ( Jacqueline) met him a few weeks ago.
nail love letter what John F. Kennedy Write to the Swedish mistress after a few years of marriage Jacqueline Bouvier They will be sold at auction.
Kennedy was a Democratic senator from Massachusetts at the time, and the handwritten letter bears the head of the Senate.The simple signature is “Jack”.
The letter was part of the auctions of the Boston-based RR Auction House, which was open until May 12, highlighting the 35th President’s feminine reputation long before he arrived in the United States. White houseIn 1960 Kennedy was assassinated In Dallas on November 22, 1963.
Von Post died in Palm Beach, Florida in 2011. He wrote a memoir in 1997.Love, Jack”, Regarding his relationship with Kennedy.
A letter in 1955 started like this: “Dear Gunilla, I must tell you that in the photos sent to me during the sailing regatta, you look very happy.” Kennedy described after the adjournment of Congress in early August of that year. He wrote about his plan to travel to Europe and wrote: “I will be in Sweden on the 12th. Where am I going? Send your address to my location in Bastad,”.
In the 1956 letter, Kennedy He regretted that von Post did not go to the United States as he hoped.
In his memoirs From the post It described Kennedy’s efforts to end his marriage with Bouvier and bring it to the United States. In the end, the wish of the future president was shattered by his authoritarian father. Joseph KennedyKennedy’s own political ambitions; the miscarriage of the future first lady in 1955 and the pregnancy in 1956.
Kennedy They met again. This was a coincidence at a party at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York in 1958, when the Swedish nobleman was pregnant with her first child.
RR Auction stated that the letters in the auction came from von Post’s estate.