At the age of 21, Frances Cleveland (1864-1947) was the youngest first lady. She was also the only president’s wife to marry and give birth in the White House. Before their marriage, Grover Cleveland’s sister Rose Elizabeth Cleveland acted as the White House hostess.
Youngest First Lady
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