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JFK 50

Will you have a cup of tea Taoiseach? Caroline Kennedy reenacts famous tea scene

The only surviving daughter of US President John F Kennedy, Caroline, and his grandchildren are in New Ross today for the JFK 50 celebrations.

Images: James Lawlor/Facebook who is in New Ross for the JFK 50 celebrations.

WHEN JFK VISITED Ireland 50 years ago, men shook his hand while women fussed about him making him tea and giving him a feed of buns, tarts and cakes.

One of the famous images from his visit in 1963 was the tea-pouring scene,which his only living daughter, Caroline Kennedy, recreated today with the Taoiseach, Enda Kenny in New Ross, Co Wexford for the JFK 50 celebrations.

Read: Thousands join Kennedy’s relations in New Ross for JFK 50 celebrations>

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