From the White House to the treehouse (and nearly the jailhouse), here are some of the most memorable presidential children.
With his mother and his sister, Caroline, John F. Kennedy Jr. left the U.S. Capitol after accompanying his father's casket there on Nov. 24, 1963. The president was buried the following day -- coincidentally John Jr.'s third birthday.
Lynda Bird Johnson was the most memorable of Lyndon Johnson's daughters because she married her husband, Charles S. Robb, in the East Room of the White House in 1967. Here, they are pictured in Stonewall, Texas, in 2007.
Tricia Nixon was also married on White House property. She was married to Ed Cox in the White House's rose garden in 1971.
John "Jack" Ford, fifth from the left in this 1976 photo, was 22 years old when his father Gerald took office in 1974. He was constantly pursued by the media.
Amy Carter, pictured here in 1988 alongside Jesse Jackson's wife, walked alongside her father Jimmy during his inaugural parade in 1977. One of her most memorable moments was when a reporter asked her if she had a message for the children of America, to which she replied, "No."
Ronald Prescott Reagan, better known as Ron Jr., left Yale University to pursue a career in dance with the Joffrey Ballet. In 1986, he displayed his dance skills when he parodied Tom Cruise's character from "Risky Business" while hosting "Saturday Night Live."
"Saturday Night Live" also thrust Chelsea Clinton into the spotlight. In 1993, Mike Myers' character "Wayne" referred to her as "not a babe." Here, she is seen in a photo taken in 2008.
Barbara Pierce Bush, the oldest of President George W. Bush's twins, graduated from Yale and campaigned with her father. Yet one of her more memorable moments came in 2001, when she and her sister, Jenna, were charged with illegally possessing alcohol. Here, she participates in a panel discussion at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York on Sept. 22, 2010.
Jenna Bush, the younger of George W.'s daughters, graduated from the University of Texas in 2004 and has since published two of her books. Like her sister, she may be best remembered for her illegal involvement with alcohol.
It remains to be seen what paths Malia and Sasha Obama follow as they grow up in the White House. Here, they are enjoying the Christmas in Washington Celebration at the National Building Museum in Washington in 2010.
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