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Jacqueline D’Bouvier VonSeco;(JD Kellum)

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Jacqueline D’Bouvier VonSeco is the only daughter of the Right Reverend Felonious VonSeco and Lady Beatrice Bouvier VonSeco of Oxford, England and Paris, France. Born in Kennebunkport, Maine, during the brief period of her parents’ separation, Lady Jackie, as she’s known to her sisters in society, has been an Atlanta resident for more than fifteen years. After graduation from Miss Primrose’s Academy for Academic Excellence, Lady Jackie obtained a degree in Textile Arts from the prestigious East Jersey College for Fashion and Design, where she was a triple legacy of Pi Beta Phi social sorority and an accomplished mezzo-soprano voice in the Glee Club. Lady Jackie has dedicated her most of her life to bettering the existence of the fashioned-challenged working class woman. As Chairman of the Board of the plus-sized European house of couture “Je Mange Beaucoup,” Ms. VonSeco is single-handedly leading the full-figured revolution away from inorganic fibers like Lycra and PolyBlend back to silks and such.

Descended directly from the royal lineage of her great-grandmother HRH Michel’le VonSeco and her mother HRH Ava VonSeco, Lady Jackie knows first-hand the duties of royalty and its obligations to elevate oneself above the commonplace. Lady Jacqueline D’Bouvier VonSeco co-founded the original cotillion in 1997 and has since been a tireless supporter of AID Atlanta, a Board member of CHRIS Kids, and a member of the Federal Club of the Human Rights Campaign.

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