Did you read the interview with Jackie Kennedy’s hairdresser where he told all? He actually told very little to Page Six. He told some basic stuff you might have expected, which, frankly, is less scandalous than the time Karl Lagerfeld claimed Jackie wore fake Chanel. According to Page Six, hairdresser Edgar Montalvo said
“She cursed just like anybody,” he said. “I once told her, ‘Jackie, there’s a photographer behind your house,’ and she’d say, ‘That son of a bitch!’ There was one particular photographer who I think she had a court order against.”
I mean, that was the famously invasive Ron Galella, who Marlon Brando once punched directly in the face. He dressed up as a greek sailor so he could take pictures of Jackie O in a bikini so, yeah, I think it’s understandable that she was not crazy about him.
Cursed. Cursed just like anybody.
And then Jackie Kennedy’s hairdresser goes on to casually mention that he really hated Nancy Reagan.
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