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Jack Schlossberg Is the Latest Kennedy to Be Crowned the Internet's Boyfriend

Meet the latest hunk to come out of this political dynasty.

The Kennedys have long been the stuff of daydreams -- even before the Internet existed (see John F. Kennedy as well as his son, John F. Kennedy Jr., for proof). Though, thanks to the world wide web, we're all crushing on the multitude of hunks that keep coming from that family and our collection of Internet boyfriends keeps growing. There was Patrick Schwarzenegger. We mean, Miley Cyrus couldn't even deny his hotness. And then Conor Kennedy came along. He was so extra special that Taylor Swift literally bought a house to be hear him. And, now, we have Jack Schlossberg.

Thank goodness for Jack Schlossberg.

There. He. Is.

Jack with mom, Caroline Kennedy, making an appearance on Todayon May 5, 2017.

Happy birthday to my handsome son

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Jack, the son of Caroline Kennedy and Edwin Schlossberg, has been bubbling around for a while now, but secured his place at the top of the hot list after photos of him paddleboarding hit the 'net this week. Oh, yeah: To make the NYC native's shirtless escapade through the East River in Manhattan even hotter, he did for charity (like, swoon).

And now 24-year-old is the Kennedy to keep an eye on. And, no, not just because he's ridiculously attractive, but also because his resume is ridiculously impressive. He went to Yale, worked for Rakuten, Inc. in Tokyo and is also on the John F. Kennedy Library New Frontier Award Committee. Next up for Jack: Harvard Law School, naturally. As for us, we're just gonna celebrate all his accomplishments by gazing at photos of him.

Jack with former US Secretary of State John Kerry in Japan on April 10, 2016.

In Japan with his mom and former FLOTUS Michelle Obama on March 20, 2015. 

One more fun fact about Jack: He can dance.

Clearly, dancing runs in the family

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