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Sisters Jackie Kennedy and Lee Radziwill loved each other but competed over everything

Jackie Kennedy and Lee Radziwill loved each other but were set on a course of lifetime competition from early childhood, when their father preferred Jackie and their mother preferred Lee.

Since Robert F. Kennedy’s assassination on June 6, 1968, his widow, Ethel, has been his torchbearer. Unlike her late sister-in-law, Jackie Kennedy Onassis,...

Since Robert F. Kennedy’s assassination on June 6, 1968, his widow, Ethel, has been his torchbearer. Unlike her late sister-in-law, Jackie Kennedy Onassis, she never remarried, never sought a path …

“With my father in East Hampton when I was about 16. We spent holidays with him there. On Sundays in New York City, he would rent a dog to take out, which added greatly to our fun, even though we were miserable to return it at the end of the afternoon,” says Lee Radziwill in her new book, ​*Lee.*​

They were both stylish, beautiful, and sometimes drawn to the same men. In a revealing interview with Sam Kashner, Radziwill looks back at their deeply intertwined lives and how they dealt with fame and tragedy.

Princess Lee Radziwill (Lee Bouvier) at London's Savoy Hotel- she was in England to play the title role in TV film 'Laura,' produced by David Susskind. September 19, 1967.

Princess Lee Radziwill (Lee Bouvier) at London's Savoy Hotel- she was in England to play the title role in TV film 'Laura,' produced by David Susskind. September 19, 1967.

A Cecil Beaton portrait of the Bouvier sisters, Jacqueline (later Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis), left, and Caroline Lee, in 1951.

A Cecil Beaton portrait of the Bouvier sisters, Jacqueline (later Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis), left, and Caroline Lee, in 1951.

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and her sister interior designer and socialite Lee Radziwill exit Maxmillian’s on May 18, 1970.

As one fashionable First Lady prepares to exit the White House, the spotlight is on perhaps the most iconic one ever — Jackie Kennedy — as Natalie Portman becomes the latest actress to portray her …