I liked her youthful intake on style. Does anyone know what happened to her. I have not seen her in a long time.
Susan mentioned on Facebook that she is working in New York City.
she is working for a menswear designer.... Retail Sales Coordinator at Alexander Olch..... ties and handkerchiefs.
Human beings are members of a whole, In creation of one essence and soul. If one member is afflicted with pain,Other members uneasy will remain.If you have no sympathy for human pain, the name of human you cannot retain. -SAADI
She seemed very awkward and uncomfortable on TV. Doesn't have mom's stage presence.
Good for her, she wants to do her own thing.
That young woman looked ridiculous "trying" to wear her mother's clothes.
For those who think she was awkward on stage, I agree. But, she is young for goodness sakes. Give her time to grow. It's good that she is out on her own now and not under Mom's thumb.
“A room without books is like a body without a soul.”
― Marcus Tullius Cicero
Jaqueline seemed like a very bright and sweet girl. Its nice to see young people making their own way in the world. Sometimes children take the easy way out and stay dependent on the parents way too long. Good for her!
Hasn't this topic been done to death?
I did not see this covered before, but often those in the family business go someplace else early in their career to gain experience but come back to take over at some point. Jaclyn (sp?) is no doubt the heir-apparent, perhaps with her brothers running the business end.
I repeat the above - HASN'T THIS TOPIC BEEN DONE TO DEATH?
(give it up along with Stacy doesn't model for Joan Rivers any more - who cares!)
Happy Monday !!!
I don't blame her for wanting more than a QVC gig. Good for her.
..... it's so essential for us to be mindful of the humble and the deep rather than the flashy and the superficial. ~Fred Rogers~