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The term Second Family is often used to refer to the deputy head of state, usually a vice-president, or, in some countries, the family of the prime minister, in deference to a first family or royal family. The spouse is called the Second Lady or Second Gentleman.
In popular cultureEdit
The use of the term "First Family" to refer to the family of the President of the United States only came into widespread use during the Kennedy administration with the tremendous popularity of Vaughn Meader's 1962 comedy album, The First Family."
- In the comic book series Astro City, the First Family is a family of super-powered adventurers whose actual surname is "Furst."
- First Family (King and Maxwell) (2010) is a novel by David Baldacci.
- The First Family: Terror, Extortion, Revenge, Murder and The Birth of the American Mafia (2010) is a nonfiction book by Mike Dash.
- First Family is the second novel in Patrick Tilley's The Amtrak Wars series.
The First Family is also a collection of Australopithecus afarensis fossils discovered at site "333" at Hadar in Ethiopia, near the location of another famous A. afarensis, Lucy. A. afarensis is believed to be the first habitual bipedal hominid and a direct ancestor of Homo sapiens. This species lived between 3.9 million to 2.9 million years ago.
- "Taking Notice of POTUS". The Atlantic. October 1997. Retrieved 25 January 2017.
- Baldacci, David (March 1, 2010). First Family (King and Maxwell). Grand Central Publishing; Reprint edition. ISBN 0446539740.
- Dash, Mike (August 31, 2010). The First Family: Terror, Extortion, Revenge, Murder and the Birth of the American Mafia. Ballantine Books; Reprint edition. ISBN 0345523571.