BOSTON (AP) — President John F. Kennedy’s daughter reminisces about her father in a new video released ahead of what would have been his 100th birthday.

Speaking about her father in the video released by the JFK Library in Boston, Caroline Kennedy says she has “thought about him and missed him every day” of her life.

She also recalls memories of her father, including hiding under his desk in the oval office and sailing on the family yacht.

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President John F. Kennedy sits with his daughter, Caroline Kennedy, aboard the presidential yacht, the “Honey Fitz,” off the coast of Hyannis Port, Massachusetts. (Credit: Cecil Stoughton. White House Photographs. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston)

Caroline Kennedy’s children, Tatiana, Rose and Jack Kennedy Schlossberg also shared their thoughts in the video.

President Kennedy was assassinated just before Caroline Kennedy’s 6th birthday in Nov. 1963.

The 100th anniversary of his birth is Monday.

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Comments (2)
  1. John Preston says:

    She is no different than other people who miss their parents or loved one and think of them daily. Anything to get press.

  2. True, the Kennedys’ feelings may be the same as those of many people that have lost loved ones and cherished family members, but thank goodness they are able to articulate publicly and eloquently the feelings that some may not be able to put into words or even show as feelings.
    Those are qualities of great leadership that this country needs.

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