Martin’s Press, a decades-long friend of Kennedy and a guest at his August 2014 wedding “was mystified as to why Hines married Bob, since his history as a womanizer had become so public and was intertwined in scandal.” “Any woman who gets involved with Bobby does so with her eyes open, or their brains lopped off,” said the so-called friend.
And if you think, ‘Wow, I’ll be different,’ then you’re [bleep].” RFK Jr.’s wild womanizing was chronicled in The Post last year when we exposed diaries he used to keep track of his affairs. 22, talked to sources who said Mary was not surprised by Robert’s womanizing, but his romance with Cheryl shocked her. Larry David had brought about the introduction,” says the book. women sticking together, women supporting one another.” Just two months before Robert and Hines tied the knot, reports surfaced that he’d cheated on her with socialite Chelsea Chapman Kirwan.
The amusing scene followed the wedding of his co-star in front of a crowd including matriarch Ethel Kennedy, at the Kennedy compound in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts - after massive headaches caused by the horrible weather.
The reception, in massive tents adjacent to one of the Kennedy homes, will feature hours of music by a popular cover band - joined for two songs by English star Natasha Bedingfield and country music legend Lyle Lovett, Mail Online has learned.
Kennedy’s four sons — Robert, 29, Conor, 20, William, 16, and Aiden, 13 — served as his groomsmen.
And in a touching display, Cheryl, 48, and Bobby, 60, had all their children standing by their side as they said their vows.
Bobby's daughters Kick, 26, and Kyra,18, were bridesmaids, as was Cheryl's 10-year-old daughter Catherine, while Bobby's sons, Robert, 29, Conor, 20, Finn, 16, and Aiden, 13, were his groomsmen.
Kennedy added that he had reservations about dating an actress, but David, the couple’s matchmaker, assuaged those fears, describing Hines as “the most solid person I’ve ever met.” The couple announced their engagement in April.
Their two-year relationship developed “slowly at first and then all at once,” according to Kennedy.