The first photos of Jackie Kennedy and John F. Kennedy’s granddaughter, Tatiana Kennedy Schlossberg, on her wedding day were posted on Tuesday, September 12, the same date the former president and first lady wed 64 years ago.
The images were uploaded to the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum’s verified Facebook account Tuesday morning. “Congratulations to President Kennedy’s granddaughter, Tatiana Schlossberg, and George Moran who were married over the weekend,” the caption read, alongside two ethereal images of the beaming couple taken by photographer Elizabeth Cecil.
Schlossberg, who along with her two siblings are the only three remaining grandchildren of JFK and Jackie Kennedy, looked beautiful on her wedding day in a sleeveless gown with lace embroidery on the bodice. (The bride and her siblings, Rose, 28, and Jack, 24, are incredibly close.)
She carried a simple bouquet of wildflowers and posed in front of the lush and simple scenery of Martha’s Vineyard. Moran, a fourth-year medical student at Columbia University, stood tall in a sleek, tailored gray suit with a pastel tie.
The couple first met as undergrads at Yale University. Up until recently, Schlossberg was a climate change and environmental reporter at the New York Times, which first announced the couple’s marriage on Monday.
The pair married on September 9, nearly 64 years after future president Kennedy married New York socialite Jacqueline Bouvier at Hammersmith Farms in Newport, Rhode Island. Like her late grandmother, Schlossberg also married at the home of her parents.