Rose and Tatiana Schlossberg are two of the three children of Edwin Schlossberg and Caroline Kennedy. The two sisters entered the media spotlight because of their relation to grandparents Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis and John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
Jackie Kennedy named Rose Schlossberg after Rose's great-grandmother, Rose Kennedy. Rose Schlossberg is often compared to her grandmother Jackie because of their similarities in appearance. According to Popsugar.com, Schlossberg is heavily involved in the Kennedy family circle and has a matriarchal presence to her, much like her great-grandmother. However, Rose is noted to have a more wild side because she gave the middle finger to a group of photographers at her uncle Ted Kennedy's funeral.
Tatiana Schlossberg spent a summer interning at the New York Times. According to the Daily Mail, Schlossberg also worked for the Yale Herald and the Bergen Record, where she focused on first-person art, entertainment, local crime and police work. She is also known for a powerful and moving speech she gave at a memorial for her grandfather, John F. Kennedy, in Britain.
Tatiana and Rose Schlossberg also have a brother named Jack Schlossberg. Jack attended Yale University and trained to become an EMT. Jack has also spoken at a memorial for his grandfather, where he was able to meet President Barack Obama.