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Jacqueline Bouvier, seated, with sister Caroline Lee Bouvier, in their debutante dresses.  1947.

ca. 1951 --- Jacqueline Bouvier (later Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis), seated with her sister Caroline Lee Bouvier, standing behind her, wearing ball gowns. --- Image by © Condé Nast Archive/CORBIS

“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.

The unforgettable elegance of Lee Radziwill in 28 vintage photos

The Sister of Jackie Kennedy and Princess still fascinates today. The epitome of American elegance, Lee Radziwill cultivated a distinctive style imitated all over the world. Here is the proof in 28 vintage photos from the archives.

Caroline Kennedy & Carole Radziwill Attend Lee Radziwill's 'Small and Intimate' Funeral Service

Caroline Kennedy (right) and family attend Lee Radziwill's funeral service on Monday in New York City Lee Radziwill, a former princess, actress and socialite and the younger sister of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, was honored Monday in New York City with a “small and intimate” funeral service that drew famous faces such as niece Caroline Kennedy, daughter-in-law Carole Radziwill, designer Marc Jacobs and others. The invitation-only service was held at the Church of St. Thomas More 10 days…

Jackie Kennedy's Sister Lee Radziwill Told Friend Truman Capote of Bitter Jealousy She Publicly Denied

A new book by Laurence Leamer documents the fraught sisterhood of First Lady Jackie Kennedy and a princess, her sister Lee Radziwill — and writer Truman Capote who wanted to tell all but never completed his final novel

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.

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