JFK’s only grandson blows up the internet with topless images and hilarious Instagram clips

John F. Kennedy might have something to say about what his only grandson, Jack Schlossberg, is doing for his country.

The charismatic young Schlossberg, who says he’s “inspired by his family’s legacy of public service,” strayed from Kennedy’s Camelot and chose a larger platform to influence.

Putting his public service on hold, Schlossberg is blowing up the internet with topless photos and bizarre clips where he verbally flogs his cousin’s flagging presidential run.

While some fans are going wild over his hilarious clips and perfect pecs, others urge him to “act like a Kennedy,” and “do something meaningful.” Keep reading to learn more about Kennedy’s handsome and goofy grandson!

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Jack Schlossberg, also known as John “Jack” Bouvier Kennedy Schlossberg, is the youngest child of Caroline Kennedy, and the only grandson of former President John F. Kennedy (JFK) and Jacqueline Kennedy.

The irresistible Schlossberg, born January 19, 1993, is the youngest member of the prominent family’s third generation and is no stranger to the spotlight.

‘I don’t know what I’m going to do’

The 31-year-old Schlossberg, a Senate intern in 2011, studied at Yale University, where he completed his undergraduate degree, and at Harvard Law and Business School for his M.B.A. and J.D (Juris Doctor).

Following a path earlier walked by JFK at Harvard, Boston Campus, the man, who passed the bar exam in 2023, said “it’s a little weird” to see his grandfather’s name all around him.

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“My favorite restaurants are on JFK Street, so I definitely notice it,” Schlossberg told People in 2017. “It’s humbling, but overall, it’s nice that it’s just out in the open. There’s no pretending that it’s not here [at Harvard].”

Sometimes, he says, the family legacy can be a lot to carry.

“I’m trying to be my own person and do my own thing,” Schlossberg says about separating himself from his legendary grandfather and all that he was.

“We live in a really different time than he did, and I’m trying to figure out what I’m really interested in and what I want to do,” Schlossberg tells People. “I’m inspired by my family’s legacy of public service. It’s something that I’m very proud of. But I’m still trying to make my own way and figure things out. So, stay tuned, I don’t know what I’m going to do.”

‘Use your presence for good’

Known for sharing his grandfather’s charm and good looks, Schlossberg is now a social media influencer who uses Instagram to share his views on politics, silly selfies, and hilarious clips of him speaking with impressive accents.

Taking shots at his cousin, independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (RFK), Schlossberg performs with vocal affectations of voters across America.  

Speaking as “Jimmy,” who has a heavy Boston accent, the man says about RFK, “That guy, he’s a prick!” In another clip, he’s seen as Wade, who speaks with a heavy southern drawl: “I raised horses, and you can always tell when a horse is being pumped full of testosterone, steroids don’t help the horse think any better!”

The majority of online users can’t get enough of Schlossberg and his hilarious takes: “You’re adorable! Don’t stop being fun and playful, it’s great and it’s refreshing! Also, your keen ability to mimic accents is very impressive!” gushes one fan.

A second cyber fan writes, “You’re gorgeous…lots of Kennedy and a generous sprinkling of Schlossberg.”

“Red, white, blue is in the sky…and baby heaven [is] in your eyes,” says another.

Some, however, beg him to use his public profile for good: “this play acting that you are doing is funny, but it has absolutely no substantial substance, a little comedy is great, but we are in a serious time of our lives, be smart – use your presence for good,” shares another.

‘Statue of David beautiful’

Outside of breaking political fatigue with his comedy sketches, Schlossberg social media is a playground of goofiness.

In early May, Schlossberg blew up the internet when he shared a photo where he’s serving a six pack. He captions the post, “Shall I compare me to a summers day?”

Referencing his caption, one user pens, “I’d compare you all night,” and a second writes, “You are a beautiful looking man. Statue of David beautiful.”

Another adds, “Jack I’ve grown quite fond of you…

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But some netizens are looking for depth from JFK’s only grandson.

“Do something meaningful with your life. You are a Kennedy,” snipes one follower.

A second says, “He can’t keep living a permanent vacation. It’s time to put on a suit and get to work. I’d bet his sweet mama feels the same way.” Another third pens, “And this is the grandson of JFK. I would not like to be [in] your shoes but the world is expecting much more from you.”

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