Jacqueline with stylish French roots, was one of the favourite names from the fifties through the seventies


JACQUELINE comes from France where the name is the feminine equivalent of Jacques. Rose to the heights of popularity in the 1960s


Jackie Ballard a born campaigner from animals to alcoholics, Jacqueline Bisset went swimming in a t-shirt and started a craze, Jackie Collins became a byword for books on sex and showbiz, Jacqueline du Pr? brilliant musician tragically laid low by illness, Jacqueline Gold turned Ann Summers into a shop for women, not men, Jacqueline Kennedy-Onassis glamorous First Lady in the White House, Jacqueline Susann wrote Valley of the Dolls, one of the best ever best sellers, Jackie Trent one big chart topper and a hit maker for others, Jacqueline Wilson wrote about real life experiences that connected with young readers

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