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Kennedy watchers, hopeless romantics and the rest of us cynics want to know — if Cheryl Hines can take it, why can’t we?
Hines, 48, the actress best known for her role in TV’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” is about to win the jackpot.
The couple had 4 kids together and those children can’t stand Cheryl.
According to the May 26th print edition of National Enquirer the kids blame their father’s relationship with Cheryl for their mother’s suicide and they have never warmed up to his “other” woman because of it.
Is the public willing to excuse allegations of bad behavior committed by rich, privileged liberals?
While Ethyl is also not Cheryl’s biggest fan she concedes that the woman appears to make her son happy and he deserves that much.
romanced Hines, according to a friend of Laurence Kirwan. could be called as a witness in the nasty divorce case. Mary Richardson, who suffered from depression and struggled with alcoholism, committed suicide at age 52, hanging herself in the barn of the Westchester County home she once shared with RFK Jr. She married him in 1994 and bore him four children. Others came from Palm Beach, Fla., Alaska, Aspen, Colo., Miami, Montreal, Cleveland and Pensacola, Fla. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights, he told me.
I had no clue what that had to do with her driving ability. was “loyal — or delusional’’ for defending an entitled dame who could have hurt or killed innocents, even herself, when she drove her SUV on a highway while zonked on the prescription sleeping pill Ambien and proceeded to smash the vehicle into a tractor-trailer truck.
Will he ignore his kids wishes and marry Cheryl anyway?
Kennedy Jr., 60, tied the knot during a casual ceremony over the weekend at Hyannisport, Massachusetts surround by family and friends.
has two children with his first wife, from whom he was divorced, and Hines has a 10-year-old daughter from a previous marriage. He was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance. No, seriously,’’ owner Esther Bell is quoted as saying on The West’s website.