The blushing bride wore a white strapless tea-length gown by Romona Keveza and Kennedy donned a black suit with a striped tie. “Bobby, you are the most adventuresome, the most loving, the most inclusive person in our family,” he said according to the Daily Mail.The reception was later held at “Teddy’s place” on the family compound, Kennedy told The New York Times. “And Cheryl, you are so warm, you are so unflappable.”Hines’ costar, Larry David, introduced the couple.Here's what follows in the story -- Nothing came of it until, Mr. Such timidity clearly wasn't the case with Joseph P.Kennedy said, there was a third slopeside get-together, this time at a resort in Aspen, Colo. Kennedy, Bobby Jr.'s granddad and JFK's bankroll for the '60 campaign.Cynics have taken to labeling it the Women's Sports Page. Those browsing through the most recent installment weren't likely to miss the prominent placement of a story about attorney Robert F. and actress Cheryl Hines tying the knot at the home of Ethel Kennedy in Hyannis Port on Aug. The story proceeded prosaically enough, initially describing the backgrounds of the newlyweds -- Hines, 48, played the wife of Larry David in the HBO series "Curb Your Enthusiasm" from 2000 to 2011.She also works as a director and producer and the story cited several of Hines' other acting roles, as well as the requisite info on her family. He recalled expressing concern about dating an actress. David's reply, he said, was, "She's the most solid person I've ever met, and the most beloved person among her peers." He said Mr.
Kennedy and Hines met through Larry David, "who introduced them two years in a row," the Times tells us, first at a ski resort in Alberta, the following year at another in Utah. "People in my circle tend to look at people in politics as being boring," she said. Had the timing been off a minute or so when I read that, my laptop would have ended up sprayed with half-swallowed coffee.
Ed Markey — as they said "I do." The ceremony was also a family affair, as Cheryl and Robert's special day coincided with the annual Kennedy reunion.
The couple was reportedly surrounded by their friends — including Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Larry David, Kevin Nealon, and Sen.
Think back to JFK Jr.'s "George" magazine and the people who appeared most often on its cover -- actresses and models, actors, and the occasional politician, as you'd expect for a magazine that mixed politics and entertainment.
I perused enough People magazines in dentists' offices during the '80s to recall that JFK Jr.