Jackie Kennedy’s Surprise Party for Her Confidential Friend of a Lifetime
First Lady Jackie Kennedy surprised her lifetime confidante Nancy Tuckerman, then serving as White House Social Secretary, with a birthday party. She has never been fully credited with the lifetime of devoted friendship and trust she provided for her friend, who happened to be the world’s most famous woman, but public acclaim was always the last thing which Nancy Tuckerman sought. June 1, 1963, Nancy Tuckerman in her new office as the White House Social Secretary. Serving as the confidante of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis through the best and worst times of her tumultuous life and sharing more laughter than
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Categories: First Ladies, History, The Kennedys
Tags: Assassination of John F. Kennedy, First Lady, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Nancy Tuckerman, New York City, White House