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Celebrity Lookalike: Jackie Kennedy's Granddaughter Is Her Spitting Image

And an aspiring comedian.

The Kennedy genes are still running strong! Jackie Kennedy Onassis’ granddaughter Rose Kennedy Schlossberg is her definite mini-me. Everything from her short hairstyle to her facial features are strikingly similar to the iconic look of the late first lady.

Just take a look for yourself. Here’s Jackie O back in the day:

And here’s her granddaughter Rose now:

Schlossberg is one of three grandchildren of Onassis and the late John F. Kennedy. She is also the oldest daughter of U.S. Ambassador to Japan, Caroline Kennedy, and designer Ed Schlossberg.

Despite her family’s political roots, the 27-year-old decided to step away from the White House to forge her own path.

Schlossberg is an aspiring comedian and recently co-launched a web series entitled “End Times Girls Club.” The series follows two girls who offer females the “ultimate guide to surviving the apocalypse.”

“It came up as a response to seeing the way that New York responded to Hurricane Sandy, and how people were grossly underprepared – specifically, girls in damsel in distress mode,” the comedian told Mashable. “I thought it would be interesting to create this world where girls have to be survivalists without compromising their cute factor.”

While the Harvard graduate could not have chosen a more different career path from her relatives, she’s certainly inherited her grandmother’s grace and classic style.

Here she is in December 2014 at the Kennedy Center Honors with her 25-year-old sister and New York Times writer Tatiana Schlossberg. (Wow, Tatiana looks like their mom!)

According to the Daily Mail, Schlossberg, who was named after JFK’s mother, was close with her grandmother Onassis before she passed away in 1994. Schlossberg was just six years old at the time.

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