'Vanity Fair' Really Is Made of One-Third Kennedys-Related Content

Exactly how intense is Vanity Fair’s love affair with the Kennedys? The math may or may not shock you: “Roughly one-third of the issues of Vanity Fair since 2003 have contained at least one article about a Kennedy, written by a Kennedy, or mentioning a Kennedy at least seven times…. The October 2009 Jackie cover sold 437,000 issues, beating out both Gisele (281,000) and President Obama (370,000) in 2010. Angelina Jolie seems to be the only star with enough power to consistently outsell the family — her most recent cover sold 512,507.”