The newly-weds walked down the aisle on Saturday (Aug 2nd) at the Kennedy family compound on Cape Cod.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and American actress Cheryl Hines tied the knot at the Kennedy family compound on Cape Cod in Hyannis Port, Mass., on Saturday (Aug 2nd). The newlyweds said "I Do" in front of around 300 members, which included Larry David, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Kevin Nealon and Ed Begley Jr.
Hines and Kennedy have been dating for two years
Kennedy and Hines, who married inside a tent on the six-acre Kennedy compound, dressed to impress for the occasion. The new bride sported a strapless Romona Keveza gown with her blonde flowing hair up while carrying white roses down the aisle, whereas the groom donned a black suit and black striped tie.
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RFK Jr was arrested at the White House along with his son Conor Kennedy this week (Taylor Swift’s ex boyfriend). The Inquisitor reported that father and son were arrested during a climate change rally, protesting the Keystone XL pipeline. The Kennedys, along with actress Daryl Hannah and Sierra Club Executive Director Michael Brune, were detained for civil disobedience.
Robert F Kennedy, lawyer and president of the Waterkeeper Alliance, said in an emailed statement “It’s unfortunate that civil disobedience is the only recourse against a catastrophic and criminal enterprise that will enrich a few while impoverishing the rest of humanity and threatening the future of civilization.” This is not the first time that Robert Kennedy has been arrested for protesting. In 2001, he served 30 days in jail for trespassing, as part of a protest against Navy bombing exercises.
The planned Keystone XL Pipeline will funnel synthetic crude oil from Canada, to various areas of the United States. Since the project was first planned in 2008, it has faced several opposing lawsuits. The Sierra Club broke a ban on civil disobedience in order to join the protest, with Brune saying “For the first time in the Sierra Club’s 120-year history, we have joined the ranks of visionaries of the past and present to engage in civil disobedience, knowing that the issue at hand is so critical, it compels the strongest defensible action.” 48 people were arrested in total.
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