In August, during the 2020 Democratic National Convention, several prominent speakers, such as former President Barack Obama, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers, addressed the audience. Among them was John Bouvier Kennedy “Jack” Schlossberg, the sole grandson of John F. Kennedy.

Jack, alongside his mother Caroline Kennedy, expressed their support for presidential candidate Joe Biden during the event.

Indeed, Jack has been vocal about political issues in various publications such as The Washington Post, The New York Times, and Time Magazine, often criticizing conservative politicians.

During his speech at the convention, Jack referenced his grandfather, the 35th President of the United States, and quoted remarks from his acceptance speech for the presidency nomination 60 years ago. He emphasized that while times have changed, the themes of his grandfather’s speech—courage, unity, and patriotism—are just as relevant today as they were in 1960.

While Jack Schlossberg’s political interests have garnered attention, it’s his striking resemblance to his grandfather and late uncle, John F. Kennedy Jr., that has captured many people’s fascination.

“Good looks really do run in the family then! What a gorgeous man. His granddad would be so proud I bet,” one individual commented.

“I just gasped. Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg’s son looks remarkably like her late brother/his late uncle JFK, Jr. Wow,” tweeted another user, highlighting the uncanny resemblance.

Jack Schlossberg graduated from Yale University in 2015 with a degree in history. He continued his education by enrolling in Harvard Law School in the fall of 2017, followed by Harvard Business School in the fall of 2018.

Expressing pride in his family’s tradition of public service, Schlossberg stated during his first live interview on Today in 2017, “I’m inspired by my family’s legacy of public service.”

He completed his studies at Harvard University in 2022 and announced in April 2023 that he had successfully passed the New York State bar exam.

Known for his close relationship with his mother, Caroline Kennedy, Schlossberg often accompanied her during her tenure as the U.S. ambassador to Japan from 2013 to 2017, making appearances alongside her on several occasions.

Jack Schlossberg has followed in his mother’s footsteps by serving as a Senate page and intern, gaining valuable experience under the guidance of former Secretary of State John Kerry. Kerry once remarked on Schlossberg’s character, noting, “A sense of humor is not genetic, but apparently in the Kennedy family it can be inherited. In President Kennedy’s grandson, Jack Schlossberg, this quality seems to abide.”

Despite media reports of his breakup with long-time girlfriend Krissy Jones, a yoga teacher and studio owner, in 2019, Jack Schlossberg has allegedly found love again with someone he met at a festival.

An unexpected highlight in Jack’s life came when his idol, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, surprised him with a recorded video message for his 27th birthday after learning of Jack’s admiration for him. Jack was thrilled by the gesture, declaring it “the greatest day of my life.”

Regardless of political differences, Jack Schlossberg’s charm and dedication to preserving his grandfather’s legacy are undeniable traits that resonate with many.