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  Vida social y familiar El matrimonio de John y Jackie Kennedy tuvo cuatro hijos, de los cuales su primera hija, Arabella Kennedy, falleció antes de nacer (mortinato) en 1956. Su segunda hija fue Caroline Kennedy, nacida en 1957 y luego tuvieron a su primer varón, John F. Kennedy, Jr., nacido en 1960, quien falleció en un accidente con su avión en 1999. Su último hijo nació el mismo año del asesinato de Kennedy, Patrick Bouvier Kennedy pero falleció dos días después de su nacimiento debido a problemas respiratorios. Kennedy y su esposa Jackie eran muy jóvenes en comparación con presidentes y primeras damas anteriores. A las afueras de la Casa Blanca, los Kennedy establecieron una sala pre escolar, una piscina y una casa en un árbol. A Jackie no le gustaba que sus hijos fueran fotografiados, pero cuando ella no estaba, el presidente permitió que el fotógrafo oficial de la Casa Blanca, Cecil Stoughton, fotografiara a los niños, obteniéndose así las imágenes de los niños que probablemente son más conocidas, y especialmente la de John Jr. jugando debajo del escritorio del presidente en el Despacho Oval. Detrás de la fachada glamourosa, los Kennedy sufrieron grandes tragedias personales. Jacqueline sufrió un aborto natural en 1955, y en 1956 dio a luz a su hija ya fallecida Arabella Kennedy. La muerte de su hijo recién nacido, Patrick Bouvier Kennedy, en agosto de 1963, fue una gran pérdida. Desde la muerte de Kennedy se ha especulado sobre numerosas relaciones extra-matrimoniales que éste habría mantenido durante su presidencia con mujeres tales como la actriz Marilyn Monroe y Mary Pinchot Meyer, miembro de la llamada Jet-Set. Kennedy tiene el récord reconocido por el Libro Guinness de los récords como quien hablaba más rápido en la vida pública, con una velocidad de 327 palabras por minuto en un discurso de diciembre de 1961. Pese a la imagen idílica que el matrimonio Kennedy representaba para buena parte de la opinión pública, John Fitzgerald mantuvo durante algunos años relaciones extramatrimoniales con becarias de su gabinete. Social and family life The marriage of John and Jackie Kennedy had four children, of whom his first daughter, Arabella Kennedy, died before being born (stillborn) in 1956. His second daughter was Caroline Kennedy, born in 1957 and soon they had its first male, John F. Kennedy, Jr., born in 1960, who died in an accident with his plane in 1999. His last child was born the same year as the Kennedy assassination, Patrick Bouvier Kennedy but died two days after his birth due to respiratory problems. Kennedy and his wife Jackie were very young compared to previous presidents and first ladies.   On the outskirts of the White House, the Kennedys established a pre-school room, a swimming pool and a house in a tree. Jackie did not like her children being photographed, but when she was not, the president allowed White House photographer Cecil Stoughton to photograph the children, thus obtaining the images of children who are probably better known, And especially John Jr.'s playing under the president's desk in the Oval Office. Behind the glamorous facade, the Kennedys suffered great personal tragedies. Jacqueline had a natural abortion in 1955, and in 1956 she gave birth to her late daughter, Arabella Kennedy. The death of her newborn son, Patrick Bouvier Kennedy, in August 1963, was a great loss. Since Kennedy's death there have been speculations about numerous extra-marital relations that he would have maintained during his presidency with women such as actress Marilyn Monroe and Mary Pinchot Meyer, a member of the so-called Jet-Set. Kennedy has the Guinness Book Record recognized as the one who spoke the fastest in public life, with a speed of 327 words per minute in a December 1961 speech. In spite of the idyllic image that the Kennedy marriage represented for much of the public opinion, John Fitzgerald maintained for some years extramarital relations with fellows of his cabinet
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