The first children of The United States Presidents jet set around the world to meet important personalities, set fashion trends, and maybe do normal stuff that kids do.
However, after their parents step down from presidency, they are also out of the limelight.
So, where are the first children now?
- Caroline Kennedy, daughter of John Kennedy is now the US ambassador to Japan.
- Lynda Bird Johnson Robb, Daughter of Lyndon Baines Johnson, is now a human rights advocate for women and other minorities. Meanwhile, Luci Baines Johnson heads her mother’s private holding company.
- Tricia Nixon Cox, Daughter of Richard Nixon, lives a simple life in Manhattan with her family. Julie Nixon Eisenhower married David Eisenhower, the grandson of former US President Dwight Eisenhower.
- Michael Ford, son of Gerald Ford, is a minister at Wake Forest University. Jack Ford is the co-founder of an electronic kiosk company. Steven Ford is one of the casts in the TV series “The Young and the Restless.” Susan Ford Bales is a freelance photographer contributing to giant media outlets.
- Jack Carter, son of Jimmy Carter, represents Nevada in the US Senate. Chip Carter has different business ventures, and it’s his son, James Carter IV who found his way in politics. Jeff Carter founded a computer electronics business. Amy Lyn Carter Wentzel draw the children’s book adaptation of a story that former President Jimmy Carter wrote.
- Michael Reagan, son of Ronald Reagan, is now a big time radio talk show host. Patti Davis is now a successful author of novels. Ron Reagan contributes to MSNBC.
- George W. Bush, the son of George H.W. Bush, was president of the United States from 2000-2008. Jeb Bush may run for presidency next election. Neil Bush is a Bush School of Governance and Public Service director at Texas A&M. Marvin Bush is a co-founder and manager of a big investment company in Washington DC. Dorothy Bush Koch is one of the chairs of The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy.
- Chelsea Clinton, son of Bill Clinton, is an NBC correspondent.
- Barbara Pierce Bush, daughter of George W. Bush, is the CEO of a non-profit international healthcare equality organization. Jenna Bush Hager is an NBC correspondent.