Jackie Kennedy’s younger sister, Lee Radziwill died

Lee Radziwill, the younger sister of former US First Lady Jackie Kennedy, died at her home in New York yesterday at the age of 85, US media reported today.

Lee Radziwill was born on March 3, 1933. The former US President John Kennedy’s brother-in-law was briefly engaged in acting, with interior design, while working on public relations on the bridge, George Armani.

But she became known mainly for her alleged rivalry with her older sister and because she was considered a “fashionista,” even when that term had not been invented, as the French agency transmits and relayed to the Athenian News Agency.

Very often at the forefront of high-fashion shows, elegant and secular Lee was a friend of many famous personalities, such as the artist Andy Warhol and the writer Truman Capote.

Li Rantzilli married three times, including the Prince of Polish descent Stanislav Rajivil, with whom he had two children.

Her last husband, with whom they separated, was the director and choreographer Herbert Ross (Funny Lady, Footloose …).