{FD} Jackie Kennedy’s best friend Bunny Mellon gave money to John Edwards while he hid pregnant mistress, called Hillary Clinton ‘the old rag’

Jackie Kennedy may be still recognized as a fashion icon, but before she captivated Americans as a stylish first lady, she was a young senator’s wife who yearned for a confidant she could trust in — that’s when Rachel “Bunny” Mellon came along.

{FD} Jackie Kennedy’s best buddy Bunny Mellon called Hillary Clinton ‘the old rag,’ gave money to John Edwards to hide mistress

Jackie Kennedy may be still recognized as a fashion icon, but before she captivated Americans as a stylish first lady, she was a young senator’s wife who yearned for a confidant she could trust in — that’s when Rachel “Bunny” Mellon came along.

{FD} Jackie Kennedy’s best friend Bunny Mellon gave money to John Edwards while he hid pregnant mistress, says new book

Jackie Kennedy may be still recognized as a fashion icon, but before she captivated Americans as a stylish first lady, she was a young senator’s wife who yearned for a confidant she could trust in — that’s when Rachel “Bunny” Mellon came along.

{FD} ‘Melrose Place’ actress Amy Locane-Bovenizer reflects on fatal drunk-driving crash: ‘I think about the woman every day’

The former actress, who starred in 1990’s “Cry-Baby,” as well as “Melrose Place” in 1992, served about two and a half years of a three-year sentence for the 2010 car accident that killed 60-year-old Helene Seeman and seriously injured Seeman’s husband, Fred.

{FD} Amy Locane-Bovenizer reflects on fatal drunk-driving crash: ‘I think about the woman every day’

The former actress, who starred in 1990’s “Cry-Baby,” as well as “Melrose Place” in 1992, served about two and a half years of a three-year sentence for the 2010 car accident that killed 60-year-old Helene Seeman and seriously injured Seeman’s husband, Fred.

{FD} Grace Kelly’s experiences as an American actress turned princess could be lesson for Meghan Markle

Grace Kelly, one of the most famous stars to have ever come out of Hollywood, married Prince Rainier of Monaco at the height of her popularity at age 26 in 1956. The Alfred Hitchcock muse would go on to become a princess and give birth to three children before she tragically died in a car crash at age 52 in 1982.