Caroline Kennedy- net worth, money and more
NET WORTH: 100 million dollars
CAREER / PROFESSION: Lawyer
“As much as we need a prosperous economy, we also need prosperity of kindness and decency.”
– Caroline Kennedy
Caroline Kennedy was born in the city of New York on November 27, 1957. John F. Kennedy was her father and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was her mother. She was also the proud resident of White House when her father was the president of the nation. Caroline is a multi-talented person. She has excelled as a lawyer, a prolific book writer. She was also made the U.S. ambassador (Japan) under the president ship of Barrack Obama. Talented in various fields Caroline led one things to other and succeeded in all the venture she put hands in. Luck was always on her side.
Childhood days: born with a silver spoon in mouth
Born to John F. Kennedy, Caroline spent some of her childhood days in the White House. His president-ship days were termed as “Camelot Presidency” because he brought in hope and positivity in America. As a result of which the Kennedy family was also the ideal family of their time. However, the family also suffered through many hardships and ups- and downs. Her mother after the assassination of her father married a Greek person Aristotle Onassis.
Caroline was bright in studies since her school days. She was interested in law from her school days. So she joined Columbia Law School which she graduated in 1988. In 1989, she established a profile in awarding political candidates who have performed well in their political tenure. She also started her writing career during this period. She was attracted towards the constitution of the country and wrote “In Our Defense: The Bill of Rights in Action” with Ellen Alderman as a co-writer. She also refused the seat in 1992 Democratic National Convention. She likes spending time with her near and dear ones.
Marital status: married
She was married to Edwin Schlossberg in 1986 in a very grand manner. Her complete marriage was organized by her mother Jackie Kennedy Onassis. Her wedding dress was 25 foot long which was designed in a very elegant style. The marriage took place in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts. They also have three children from the marriage- Rose, Tatiana and Jack.
Career Track: active and successful in various fields
Apart from being a writer and a lawyer, she was also the main board member in various organizations like John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, the Commission on Presidential Debates and the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund. She did all this work without earning any compensation from it. Her uncle is ranked 7thrichestmember of the congress with a net worth of $103.5 million or more. She was a major target of many critics during her tenure in politics. She was accused of using her family name for various trades and acquiring seats in Senate House. A poll in Quinnipiac University showed that voters were confused whether Caroline is eligible for the seat or not.
Where does the money come from?
Though she is rated a net worth of 100 million dollars if all her assets are included she is worth 400 million dollars. Though, she does not want to publicize the details of her wealth in front of all. Though many of her books were best sellers of their time, she does not earn much from her writing skills. She wrote Christmas songs, proses, poems dedicated to her mother and patriotism.
However, the real estimate of her wealth is still doubtful. Public records show she is worth 100 million dollars, on the other side, writer, C. David Heymann estimates her to be 400 million dollars. On the demise of her mother, their house was auctioned at $43.7 million. The kids also inherited a large fortune from their father’s side. This share was estimated a net worth of 50 million dollar.
After her marriage, she lived with Edwin in a house worth 13 million dollars. The house is well furnished with 5 bedrooms. Caroline also owns a land in Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts which is 366 acres in length and has a worth of 50 million dollars or even more.
She also worked for the society. And was the chief fundraiser in New York’s government school. She also earned 1 dollar per year for this.
- It’s true; Christmas can feel like a lot of work, particularly for mothers. But when you look back on all the Christmases in your life, you’ll find you’ve created family traditions and lasting memories. Those memories, good and bad, are really what help to keep a family together over the long haul.”
- “The bedrock of our democracy is the rule of law and that means we have to have an independent judiciary, judges who can make decisions independent of the political winds that are blowing.”
- “To the extent that we are all educated and informed, we will be more equipped to deal with the gut issues that tend to divide us.”
- I think my mother… made it clear that you have to live life by your own terms and you have to not worry about what other people think and you have to have the courage to do the unexpected.