Who Is Jack Schlossberg, John F. Kennedy’s Grandson?
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Who Is Jack Schlossberg, John F. Kennedy’s Grandson?

Jul 11, 2023

Last month, JFK’s only grandson Jack Schlossberg made waves after posting a surprising rant against his second cousin, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., and his candidacy for president of the United States, on Instagram.

In the video, Schlossberg, the son of Caroline Kennedy, claimed RFK Jr. was “trading in on Camelot, celebrity, conspiracy theories and conflict for personal gain and fame.” “I’ve listened to him. I know him,” he continued. “I have no idea why anyone thinks he should be president. What I do know is his candidacy is an embarrassment.”

With strong opinions such as these, and the courage to so publicly take a stand against his own family member, it’s no wonder people then started to wonder ‘Who is Jack Schlossberg?’ And, as it turns out, the answer to that question is quite fascinating.

In addition to having a degree from having a degree from Yale University, and two others from Harvard, Jack’s had quite an interesting life. Find out more about his life, and his favorite things, below!

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All throughout his Instagram there are pictures of him paddle boarding in New York City. Whether it’s alone or with friends, it seems as if it’s Jack’s all-time favorite pastime.

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In addition to his studies, Jack made his acting debut in a short cameo during the season 8 finale of Blue Bloods. While sharing the news on Instagram, Jack couldn’t hide how happy he was for the opportunity. “I don’t make the rules, I just pretend to enforce them,” he wrote in the caption alongside a photo of him in a cop costume with the rest of the cast. “Cash me tonight on the season 8 finale of Blue Bloods my dream come true!! Best show in the entire world,” he continued.

After graduating from Ivy League school Yale University in 2015, Jack enrolled in Harvard Law School in 2017 and Harvard Business School in 2018. On February 2022, he graduated from both earning a Juris Doctor and a Master of Business Administration, People reported. And, earlier this year, Jack celebrated passing the New York State Bar. “TFW passed the bar — Jake Cyborg, Esq!” Jack wrote on Instagram, sharing his good news with followers.

In addition to his pursuits as a lawyer, Jack also has a passion for writing. According to E! Online, he used to write for the Yale Daily News and The Yale Herald while he was an undergraduate. In addition to the campus publications, Jack has also written stories for Politico, The Washington Post and The New York Times.

Jack has two sisters, Tatiana and Rose, who are both older than him. Given that his mom, Caroline Kennedy, is the only surviving child of JFK and Jackie Kennedy, that makes Jack their only grandson.

Throughout his life, Jack has shown a great connection with Japan. During the Obama administration, for example, his mom was the US Ambassador to Japan and so he would travel and even live there during that time. At Yale, Jack also graduated with a degree in history with a concentration on Japanese history.

“I learned a lot about Japan. But the most important thing I learned was about my own country, Jack said in his speech at the JFK Profile In Courage Awards in 2017, per Hollywood Life. “It was something I had been told all my life but never fully grasped. I saw how people around the world see America: a beacon of opportunity, stability and strength in a world of uncertainty. America’s historic role has been just that. America, as President Kennedy once described it ‘has always been a lantern in the dark for those who love freedom but are persecuted, in misery, or in need.'”

Jack worked as a Senate page and intern under Secretary of State John Kerry. “I got to know Jack well when he spent time here in the Senate both as a page and as an intern in my office,” Kerry once said in a commencement address. ” A sense of humor is not genetic, but apparently in the Kennedy family,it can be inherited,” he continued. “In President Kennedy’s grandson, Jack Schlossberg, this quality seems to abide.”