Cheryl Hines & Robert F. Kennedy Jr got married at the Kennedy compound

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In May of this year, Cheryl Hines and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. got engaged. They had been dating for more than two years, which included the worst part of Robert’s divorce aftermath, in which his mentally unstable ex-wife hanged herself in their former family home. I’m just saying… Robert’s personal life was and is incredibly messy, but I guess that goes without saying for a Kennedy man. Shortly after Cheryl and Robert got engaged, the Enquirer announced that Robert had been boning several women in his Connecticut neighborhood, because of course he had. Still, those reports didn’t put a dent in the engagement, and on Saturday, Robert and Cheryl had their wedding at the Kennedy compound in Hyannisport.

After dating for more than two years, Cheryl Hines and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said “I do” before a cheering crowd of friends and family Saturday at the Kennedy compound in Hyannisport, Massachusetts – under a tent at a home once owned by President John F. Kennedy and wife Jackie. The actress, 48, and the political activist, 60, became engaged in May 2014.

“It’s fun that the two families are coming together,” she told PEOPLE in June. “It’s very sweet that way. I come from a big family and the Kennedys are a big family. It feels natural. It feels fun.”

The wedding took place during the family’s annual reunion. Besides many Kennedys, other guests, according to PEOPLE’s sources, included Larry David, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Sen. Ed Markey, Kevin Nealon and Ed Begley.

It’s the second marriage for Hines, who has a daughter, Catherine Rose, 10, with her former husband. It’s the third marriage for Kennedy. He has two children with his first wife, Emily Black, and four children with his second wife, Mary Richardson Kennedy committed suicide in May 2012 at age 52.

The Curb Your Enthusiasm star is looking forward to being Mrs. Kennedy. “It feels great because you know you are going to be with the person you really like to be with for a very long time,” she told PEOPLE last month. “And that’s a great feeling.”

[From People]

Well, I guess she really wanted to be a Kennedy? No matter what? I think it’s going to be a mess but I wish them well. Hopefully it will be okay. Fingers crossed.

We actually had some photos of Cheryl’s dress, which I’m including in this post. I’m surprised she didn’t do a full-length gown. Not to shade this dress at all – I’m beginning to like it when an American bride goes with something less conventional. There’s something deceptively simple about this little dress. One complaint: it seems more suitable as a bridesmaid’s dress, right? Something nice: I love her bouquet!

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  1. Lilacflowers says:

    I like her dress and it is more appropriate for a second marriage than a full-length extravaganza.

    • Gea says:

      She looks nice and her wedding dress looks like well tailored piece. As for her choices in being another of his wife…hmmm to that. He have reputation for sure and she I guess wants to be part of that family. I read somewhere, his list of lovers are so long and includes wife’s of very famous guys. And his behavior will keep going on and on and on.

    • Lady Macbeth (Hiddles F.) says:

      I totally like her dress too! Not really keen on the husband though..

  2. Jackson says:

    Very nice – dress, hair, bouquet. Not really a fan of the shoes, however. Looks like someone is trying to get an upskirt shot of her in that top pic. Perve alert! Good luck to her.

  3. psuedointellectual says:

    RFK looks unhappy. Just saying.

    • Lilacflowers says:

      Not a good picture of him at all; although he may not have been happy about walking in the rain.

      • FLORC says:

        That’s what that is? Rain? I thought someone left the pins in his suit from tailoring. They run along the seams well.

        Kennedys have that always grumpy/serious look. Like the resting b!tc# face us ladies have.

    • Frida_K says:

      He does. He looks kind of furtive and also slightly hung over.

    • respect says:

      I ain’t sayin’ she’s a golddigger….Anyone who marries a Kennedy in the age of Google is not a fool and signs up for what she gets.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Yeah, he seems, physically and emotionally, to have gotten all the bad Kennedy traits and none of the good. Skeezy.

      • Murphy says:

        That guy doesn’t have much money anyway, none of Bobby’s kids do. She’s in it for the name.

      • FLORC says:

        GoodNames
        Isn’t that a joke? The only way to survive the Kennedy family curse is to not be social responsible and to instead be a womanizing drunk?

        In the right CT circles it’s no secret he gets around.

    • Sarah says:

      He does not have a kind face.

      • delorb says:

        I can’t get past his Pepperidge Farm with a dash of Smuckers, voice. That would drive me up the wall!

    • Jaded says:

      I met him when he was the keynote speaker at the yearly conference the company I worked for held. Two words – BIG.EGO.

      • Kosmos says:

        It’s funny you say that…and I can believe it by looking at his face in this photo. He’s actually kind of ruggedly handsome, and I could see why a lot of women would go for him. As for him being a womanizer, this turns me off BIG TIME because he likely is and was….I’m not sure why a woman would want to marry into this kind of person unless she intends to look the other way. His past says a lot about him, and his children all have to live with the history of what happened to their mother. Sad story. Cheryl seems too nice for him.

    • Mitch Buchanan Rocks! says:

      He looks like Mel Gibson and not the Mad Max Mel.

    • AlphaB says:

      As an established long time philanderer, he must have at least a pang of regret over what he’s about to do. However on the plus side for him, Cheryl has steadfastly remained by his side, even while he was still married (she posed for pictures with RFK Jr and his now deceased wife, Mary) and through his cheating scandals during their own relationship. I wonder how his four kids with Mary felt about their dad spending the two years since her tragic death wrapped up in his relationship with Cheryl plus all his side pieces. Notice he had the great sensitivity to become engaged to Cheryl right around the second anniversary of Mary’s suicide. The Kennedy mystique or any aura of so called “American royalty” died for good with Jackie and John John. Now they’re just another dysfunctional, classless, narcissistic clan with more shame than fame.

      • holly hobby says:

        Go read the People article. I think this article was cropped here but there is quote from him about how he was “separated” and she was married at the time they met. I knew back, when it first came out that she was the girlfriend, that I thought she was married. I wondered why I never heard anything about it. Whelp the timeline now makes sense. She dumped her hubby for this schmuck.

        And Larry David introduced them! Shame on you Larry.

        Cheryl will either end up a drunk Kennedy wife or she will divorce him within 2 years. Such a bad choice!

    • Belle Epoch says:

      His evil is showing. Unfaithful? Emotionally tortured his previous wife to death? Vehement anti-vaxxer? What a prince she got.

  4. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    “I guess she really wanted to be a Kennedy? No matter what?” Yep. Exactly.

    “It feels great because you know you are going to be with the person you really like to be with for a very long time…”
    Such a noncommittal endorsement. No illusions here. Until whatever do us part.

    Yeah, all straight marriages are on the up and up and gay marriages make a mockery of a sacred vow.

    • respect says:

      I think when anyone speaks of the sanctity of marriage there is Always the “Kennedy exception”…..actually, the sanctity of marriage exists only between 2 people (male-male, male-female, female-female, etc.) who actually care about the person they marry. The Kennedys are not unlike a huge part of the population, just sleazier.

      • Lilacflowers says:

        When I hear “sanctity of marriage,” I immediately think Britney Spears and Jason Alexander or Kim Kardashian and Khris Humphries. The gay couple next door to me have been together for 32 years and they’re happy together. To me, that’s a sanctified relationship.

      • respect says:

        I agree completely….the sanctity of marriage and being a worthwhile human are the same thing….I like to use the term because I am laughing on the inside at the hypocritical “definers of TRUE marriage” every time I say it….Leann& Eddie, for example.

  5. BengalCat2000 says:

    Gross

  6. mystified says:

    Feeling incredibly sorry for her. Poor girl.

    • lizzie k says:

      Not me. I’m not wishing ill to either of them, but she is going into this with eyes wide open. She’s not a kid, she’s not inexperienced, and she’s had a front-row seat at the collapse of his second marriage. I got no sympathy to spare for this chick.

    • Izzy says:

      Don’t feel too sorry for her. There was apparently some overlap between his last marriage (before he filed) and their hooking up. Another case of “how you get him is probably how you’ll lose him,” I guess.

      • holly hobby says:

        He admitted she was married when they hooked up too. Go to the People link and read the whole article. They basically broke up their marriages to be with each other.

    • HappyMom says:

      She’s not a “girl”. She’s in her late 40s-not 22. It’s her second marriage, and she has a child. She’s well aware of his past.

      • mystified says:

        Sorry I did not realize she was that old. For some reason , she strikes me as being a whole lot younger. Part of it I guess is the hair and dress. They look a little prom-like.

        I still feel sorry for her though, as I do for any woman who has crossed pathes with a male Kennedy. Although she doesn’t have it nearly as bad as the lobotomized Rosemary, the deceased Mary Jo Kopechne, or that poor server in the middle of the “waitress sandwich” with Uncle Ted and Sen. Chris Dodd.

    • Nicolette says:

      Nothing to feel sorry about, she knows what she’s walking into as she walks down that isle. All she sees at the end of it is the Kennedy name. Swifty must be jealous.

    • Addison DeWitt says:

      The Lewinsky/ Clinton scandal broke my freshman year of high school and all the girls in my home room class said, ‘Hilary should leave him’ and then our teacher explained that being sexually faithful in a marriage isn’t that important to some women. Cheryl strikes me as that kind of woman. Kind of a weird thing for a teacher to say, but it obviously stuck with me.

  7. psuedointellectual says:

    She screams desperate to me. All the signs were there – ex who killed herself, 43 mistresses in Cell phone under “goomah”, sex diary found where he recounts his cheating. Then she goes and marries him. Why? She wants to be Cheryl Kennedy. Sheesh.

    • LAK says:

      Goomah??!!!

      • psuedointellectual says:

        It was in all the papers. 43 entries in his cell phone under Goomah – which is Italian slang for mistress. Google RFK jr goomah and you will see.

      • Izzy says:

        Italian for “mistress,” apparently. Not kidding. The guy’s a real prince.

      • We Are All Made of Stars says:

        It’s actually Sicilian for grandma, but it’s used euphemistically to mean mistress.

        Signed,
        An Ex-New Yorker

      • Izzy says:

        Ugh. What a rude thing to do to “grandma!”

      • Lady Macbeth (Hiddles F.) says:

        Not Italian, Sicilian dialect, they are two very different things.

        In Italian grandmother is ‘nonna’ and mistress is ‘amante’.

    • Green Girl says:

      I wish them both the best and hope they defy the odds. I get that she’s going into this with her eyes wide open, but ugh.

    • Beatrice says:

      Either that or she’s naïve enough to think it will be different with her. Sorry dear, it never is.

  8. Kiddo says:

    I know this may be in bad taste, but she should start Teetotaling now. There seems to be a pattern of abuse that rears its head later on in these Kennedy spouses.

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      Yeah, I think THEY think they know what they’re getting into, but it’s far, far worse than they imagined, or coping is far more difficult.

      • Kiddo says:

        Plus I would imagine the environment is rife with heavy-duty alcohol use. Add the stressors in with that, and things could go badly, quickly. Or, they happen to pick women that have similar vulnerabilities along that vein.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Could be. Or women who internalize their anger and don’t confront them, just get loaded instead.

  9. bettyrose says:

    My gawd . . . marrying a kennedy is like perpetually be trapped in one of those final destination films. It’s not a matter of if, but when. Kudos to any woman willing to take that on.

    • Christin says:

      Joan is a perfect example of what can happen. By now, the allure should have worn off.

      My opinion of Cheryl changed when she was posting happy photos with his kid(s) before Mary’s suicide. As a disclaimer, I think Mary made her own choice to take her life. However, it was clear she was having a very rough time and photos of them acting like a couple likely didn’t help.

  10. Lucy2 says:

    I don’t know what she’s thinking, but good luck to her.

  11. 5thHouse says:

    I think the dress is great for a second marriage or if, like myself—40 and never been married.
    Hint to the Universe. Hint to the Universe.

  12. eliza says:

    Can’t stand either one of them and they definitely deserve each other.

  13. Seapharris7 says:

    Well, considering all the gossip/drama that happened before the marriage – I’m so excited for marriage & disastrous falling out!

  14. Sumodo1 says:

    Congratulations to my Pomfret School classmate, Bob, Jr. Cheryl, you’ve got your hands full. It was hard enough for me, dating his prep school roommate. For example, one Saturday night, when Bob, Jr. dropped bad acid, we had to talk him down from the roof of the school library. He got expelled. Good luck, Cheryl.

    • Jayna says:

      You may have more examples, but what does experimenting with drugs in college, like many do, have to do with him as a grown man in his 50s? I think she has her hands full too with a cheating dog, but idiotic things like doing drugs in college wouldn’t be one of the things I would be worried about when marrying a middle-aged man far removed from that period.

      • Sumodo1 says:

        It was prep school and you have no idea of how fucked up he has been since. Do your homework.

      • Sassy says:

        He is 60. Not quite middle aged. That is 5+ years from Social Security eligibility. That said, Cheryl may be smarter than we think. The state in which she was married is not a community property state. So, if they split, she is likely to walk away with a bundle.

  15. Jayna says:

    There’s pretty strong evidence he was hooking up with that doctor’s wife that is now divorcing her and there was lots of contact by phone and phone records I think also and she went to some conference Robert did it just so happened I think. I can’t remember the particulars.. The doctor is going to be using it in the divorce to prove she was unfaithful. So nothing has changed with him. He’s obsessed with juggling women and always on the make. Yet, Cheryl goes through with this wedding on the heels of learning he’s still up to his tricks. You just know her friends are sitting out there going this is never going to last. Why do women turn a blind eye to these things? He’s not all that. She’s successful and doesn’t need a dog she has to watch like a hawk.

  16. Tippy says:

    The Kennedy Clan is as close to royalty as you can get in the United States.

    I wonder if Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel was in attendance?

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      Oh, I just hate it when people say that. The Kennedy family has nothing to do with royalty. Their fortune was based on bootlegging, they have been around for a relatively short time, they had one generation of “glory” then they flamed out and nobody cares or respects them anymore. I’m not trying to be hostile to you, Tippy, and I know yours is a commonly held opinion, but I just don’t agree with it at all.

      • Kiddo says:

        I don’t know, I think saying that isn’t necessarily a remark of praise. The legacy is mixed, for certain; in terms of good done and damage done. But no one can deny the long standing narrative of Camelot and the young handsome home videos of the well heeled clan, along with the ongoing political connections. And just because you call someone ‘royalty’, especially if we re comparing to the British Royals, for example, in some people’s eyes (hint: me), it’s nothing more than a joke. At least with the Kennedys, an entire country is not paying for their keep as silly figureheads. People look up to the royals for no good reason that I can ascertain.
        Maybe the comment was a slam. after all?

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Oh. Never mind. Sometimes I fail to catch the drift. lol

      • Kiddo says:

        @GoodNamesAllTaken. NO. not at all.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        No, it’s true! Sometimes I just go off before I think it through or read the comment carefully. I know you didn’t mean it that way, but this was one of those times. You can call me Roseann Rosannadanna. Lol

      • eliza says:

        I agree with everything you said.

      • Decloo says:

        I actually have a lot of respect for Bobby Jr. and the work he does with Riverkeeper. He may be a womanizer but he’s not a layabout.

      • BestJess says:

        How do you think other royaly families became royal? At some point in the past they stole from or massacred enough people to call themselves kings.

        There’s no morality in royalty. I think it’s a stretch to say no-one cares about the Kennedys anymore. you might not but it’s clear other people do.

    • Kori says:

      I doubt he was. If I remember from the great diary reveal, he also had some serious doubts about his cousin’s innocence and Skakel was angry at him for it.

  17. Savanna says:

    Love the dress. It’s fun and seems to fit her personality. The hair is so cookie cutter though!

  18. Suze says:

    There are still women who want to marry Kennedy men?

    The dress is pretty but seems a tad young for a woman in her forties, although certainly Cheryl is in shape.

    This whole marriage is a train wreck waiting to happen. But whatever – best wishes and all that.

    • It’s probably because of her age. She probably remembers the Kennedy glory days, while the younger generation is like who? Besides JFK Jr, whom I barely remember I doubt anyone is queuing up to marry a Kennedy. The shine went away long ago for that clan.

    • holly hobby says:

      The only Kennedy I would even consider banging was John F. Kennedy Jr. May he RIP. The rest are totally not worth it. I’m reserving judgment on the third generation. No screw up news yet so maybe there is hope?

      • Christin says:

        Confession time — I once had a big crush on John Jr. and a slightly lesser crush on his cousin Ted Jr. in the early 1980s. I thought the latter had a lot of guts to battle cancer as a kid and have a leg amputated. I still think there are possibly a few good eggs in the second generation basket.

        It will be interesting to see how Mary’s kids handle relationships, especially the boys.

  19. EscapedConvent says:

    I really like her dress, and the trend towards shorter, or tea-length dresses. This is perfect for an outdoor, summer wedding.

    If Larry David was in attendance, I’m a little surprised he didn’t do something anti-social and awkward to bring the festivities to a screeching halt. And didn’t he pledge his love to Cheryl “for all eternity” ? (When they renewed their vows on Curb Your Enthusiasm) I kind of wish they would do a Curb episode about this—-with Cheryl marrying into the Kennedy family!

    Sorry, I loved Curb Your Enthusiasm and my lines are blurring between comedy fantasy and reality. It seems to me that if you enter into that family, the drama will write itself. But good luck to them, really. The bride looks happy, and hope springs eternal!

    • MrsBPitt says:

      I miss Curb!!!! Love that show!!!!

    • holly hobby says:

      Go read the whole People article that’s posted above. Larry David introduced these two. Bobby Kennedy Jr. also said in this article that he was “separated” and she was married. Yup, they left their spouses for each other.

      • Christin says:

        I read an article today that mentioned LD told Bobby early on (and I’m paraphrasing) that no matter what happened / what he did, she would not be fazed. That explains a lot. Ted Jr. toasted them and called her “unflappable”.

        She’s apparently willing and able to ignore whatever happens.

  20. mollie says:

    He has such a doucheface. Ick.
    He doesn’t have any of the glow of the earlier Kennedys, who managed their womanizing with some sort of all American charm. He’s just…skeevy.

  21. m says:

    He looks like his father and they share a name, but this man is NOT his fathers son. Bobbys death had to have had a bad effect on his kids, but Jr here seems to be an especially awful seed, as if his good name can protect him from all of his wrong doings.
    I give it 4 years before their messy divorce or before one of them dies.

  22. Mitch Buchanan Rocks! says:

    Her dress looks a little like Liesl’s from the sound of music – ballet flats would have been a better choice for shoes – even pointe like shoes with ribbon would have been lovely -hair and makeup are done to pure perfection though. I wonder if she ever thinks about Mary because, it seems, what she is embarking on entering into this marriage is scary.

  23. Santolina says:

    Certain notable Kennedy relatives were not seen arriving, like Maria Shriver and Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg. Of course, we don’t know if they were actually there or if they were unable to attend, but maybe they declined to witness this travesty of a wedding.

    • Angie says:

      That answers one question I had. Here’s the other: did any of his kids show? One publication–I think it was the NY Post but am not sure–ran an article claiming they would boycott their father’s wedding to the woman who added so much to the pain of their struggling mother. I’m not blaming Cheryl, or even Robert, for the suicide; that’s on Mary. But the happy couple have not seemed to be taking the kids’ pain into account. Cheryl is a Hollywood citizen, and has no concept of reality. Robert is just another arrogant, woman-hating Kennedy.

      • HappyMom says:

        Yes I saw pics of his kids there. Supposedly she’s very close with one of the daughters.

      • Christin says:

        I saw photos before and during the wedding of his son and daughter by Mary. Supposedly one of his daughters wanted to be an actress and Cheryl was helping her before Mary’s death. Frankly, Cheryl doesn’t sound like the brightest bulb in interviews.

        Fifteen years ago, John Jr. was trying to get to the compound for Bobby’s youngest sister’s wedding.

      • Jayna says:

        Their dad had custody of them before Mary died and they seemed to want to live with him and Cheryl was in their life as his girlfriend. Although, at that time, it was a long-distance relationship. I don’t think they blame her for their mother’s death. Mary’s issues were longstanding, alcoholism, depression, and issues with her ex-husband and especially financially with him more than anything.

    • holly hobby says:

      I think from the numerous Kennedy bios I’ve read, Jackie wasn’t too keen on the RFK side of the family. She thought they were too wild so that may explain why Caroline didn’t come. They probably had a distant relationship. Yeah I know JFK Jr died en route to RFK Jr’s sister’s wedding but JFK Jr. didn’t strike me as much of a “rule” follower like his sister.

  24. Ann says:

    Honestly, you have to question the judgement of any woman marrying a douche like that.

  25. Lydia says:

    Her hair just looks sloppy.

  26. KinChicago says:

    I love her dress! It is so refreshing to see something restrained for a change (from overwrought lace, rhinestones, sequins, tiaras, that awful “princess” Kardashian monstrosity).

  27. Dany says:

    wow she looks beautiful. What a pretty, elegant dress!

  28. melissa says:

    Tea length wedding dresses were very popular in the late ’50s to early ’60s. Coincidentally, the same time period when the Kennedys were considered American royalty.

  29. Green Eyes says:

    So let’s take bets. How long do we give this thing? For some reason, I do think Cheryl will be in it for the long haul – faithfulness be damned! She’s also old enough to remember when marrying a Kennedy was considered a good thing…

    • melain says:

      I don’t think it will be long. Under a decade I bet. I think the Kennedy wealth and power and perceived glamor would probably be pretty seductive. But, good Lord! With so many stories about what they are really like, and what life is really like with them…why would anyone go through with it? I guess the mistresses do ok if they survive, but the wives don’t fair so well.

  30. Jenny12 says:

    I think the dress works for a second wedding when they’re both older.

  31. psuedointellectual says:

    No William Kennedy Smith. No Michael Skakel. No Caroline Kennedy. No Maria Shriver. Betcha their answer to the RFK Jr. Invite was: :”sorry, can’t make it – I”ll catch your next wedding!”

    • Bella bella says:

      He may not be friendly with Caroline or Maria. Plus, isn’t Caroline in Japan these days, as Ambassador? And Maria, who knows. I’m just saying they both might have bagged on keeping up with Bobby years ago.

  32. emmie_a says:

    Not sure why you had to mention mentally unstable when mentioning his ex’s suicide. Isn’t mental instability a given when speaking of suicide?

    And I have zero respect for Cheryl marrying him. She wants the name & prestige. She obviously doesn’t care about the actual institution of marriage or she wouldn’t marry a Kennedy.

  33. whatnow says:

    She always wanted to be a Kennedy if what I read is true. Her daughter is named ‘Caroline Rose’ . Grandma Rose Kennedy and Cousin Caroline Kennedy. Silly detail but it caught my eye.

  34. Christin says:

    The article and a few comments reference Mary as the ex-wife.

    Not trying to be overly technical, because a filing had occurred, but I am not sure the divorce (or certainly the settlement) had been finalized as of her death. I think she was the estranged wife and he became a widower upon her death. He made the funeral arrangements.

  35. Honeybee Blues says:

    I worked for the Shriver branch of the Kennedy family for years. There are many, many misconceptions here about this family, but they are understandable given that every year since President Kennedy’s assassination, approximately 100 books are published worldwide. That’s a lot of misinformation. And they sell, so any thought that their star has faded is incorrect. Utterly. Bobby Kennedy hasn’t had a drink or done drugs for decades (to my knowledge; there have never been signs of a relapse). Women? That’s another matter about which I know as much as anyone else here. However, I don’t think it fair to reduce Bobby to the various names he’s been called here, as he, just like all of us, is more than his worst flaw. He has done more for the environment that ANY OTHER AMERICAN. Like most Kennedys, they use they’re name for public service. They are a competitive family, and who can do the most good for the world, wins. Everyone from the President’s generation wanted to please “Mummy” ( I worked directly for Sargent and Eunice Kennedy Shriver; his exec. asst., her speechwriter), and Mummy/Rose was only impressed with public service and helping the less fortunate. It was her father, Honey Fitz, that brought the first public Christmas tree into being for the poorer Boston communities (forget the year). Rose loved her father, and wanted her children to emulate him. So, that is why to this day, the cousins work hard in public service. Maria is one of the few who isn’t in non-profit as a full time profession, but she does serve on many boards and raises a lot of money. It’s a complicated family, but MOST of the 3rd generation, Bobby Jr.’s generation, do NOT cheat and have NOT had multiple marriages. Please let that meme die. Bobby, Tim, Mark, and Anthony Shriver are four of the best husbands/fathers I’ve ever encountered. Most of RFK and Ethel’s kids have had only one marriage. Teddy’s two boys, still in their original marriages, and NO rumors have ever circulated about them. The Kennedy/Lawford kids? One marriage each, etc. Bobby Kennedy seems to be a serial philanderer. That’s too bad, but that’s far from all he is.

    • emmie_a says:

      Don’t state he has done more for the environment than any other American as fact. That is pure speculation and 100% your opinion.

    • holly hobby says:

      He also does the world a great disservice by jumping on the anti-vaccination train. Because of his widely publicized beliefs, we have measles, polio etc. No thank you.