Tatiana Schlossberg, John F. Kennedy's granddaughter, is married! She's the first of JFK's three grandchildren to marry, and she said her vows just three days before her late grandparents' wedding anniversary with a private, under-the-radar celebration in Massachusetts.
According to The New York Times, Schlossberg wed her former Yale classmate, George Moran, at her family home in Martha's Vineyard on Saturday. Deval L. Patrick, the former governor of Massachusetts, officiated the wedding ceremony. Schlossberg is the daughter of Caroline Kennedy, who herself is the daughter of former president John F. Kennedy and former first lady Jackie Kennedy.
Schlossberg's wedding occurred almost 64 years (to the day!) after her grandparents tied the knot. On September 12, 1953, John F. Kennedy and then-Jacqueline Bouvier got married in Newport, Rhode Island. The pair held the event at Hammersmith Farm. According to People, it was considered "the wedding of the century at the time," even though they wed seven years before they entered the White House. After JFK's devastating assassination, his wife remarried and changed her name, becoming Jackie Onassis.
Despite her lineage, Schlossberg has led a private life, generally avoiding the public eye. Until recently, she wrote for The New York Times, where she focused on covering climate change and the environment, the news outlet reports. Her husband, Moran, is currently a medical student, and the couple met while they were attending college together. Schlossberg has two siblings, Rose and Jack, who will also carry on the family's unique history.