Jacqueline Bouvier marries John Fitzgerald Kennedy, in 1953 and the bright journalist and the ambitious senator set the genesis of their legend. In 1961, it’s the apotheosis of their enterprise, John Fitzgerald Kennedy becomes the president of the Unites States and installs at the White House one of the country’s most charismatic First couple. In the meantime, however, Jackie Kennedy has discovered the insatiable sexual appetite of her husband who leads numerous affairs with secretaries or Hollywood stars such as Gene Tierney or Marilyn Monroe and the mockeries of the Kennedy clan. There is an abyss between their sleek and glamorous public image and their chaotic intimate life as Jackie Kennedy states: ‘I would describe Jack as rather like me in that his life is an iceberg. The public life is above the water—& the private life—is submerged . . .’ Jackie Kennedy despises the public humiliation but stands tall in their official appearances with her praised good looks, sensible intelligence and elegant outfits. The death of their baby son, Patrick, in 1963 was needed to reconcile the couple but the harmony was cut short: a few months later, Jackie’s pink Chanel suit would be splattered with blood stains.