Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
The Kennedy family’s hearts are ‘shattered’ after losing Saoirse Kennedy Hill, who had detailed her battle with depression while a high school student.
Cheryl Hines and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. have officially wed! The couple said ‘I do’ in Massachusetts on Aug. 2. Congrats to the happy couple! Check out new pics of Cheryl’s dress and the wedding!
Cheryl Hines, 48, is a married lady! The Suburgatory star wed her political activist fiancé, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., 60 on August 2 at the Kennedy compound in Hyannisport, Massachusetts. See pics of Cheryl and Robert on their big day!
How insensitive! While Kyra, 16, was depressed and mourning the suicide of her mother, her dad made her live with the girlfriend whom her mother couldn’t stand.
Shortly after Mary Kennedy‘s tragic suicide in May, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. sent his daughter Kyra Kennedy, 16, to live with his girlfriend Cheryl Hines in Los Angeles — while she was still mourning the death of her mom.
Mary’s family will be hosting a memorial service in NYC on May 21 at The Standard Hotel but her estranged husband didn’t get an invite — so instead he took his four kids to Florida.
If Robert F. Kennedy Jr can’t go to his wife’s memorial service then neither can his children. The New York Post is reporting that Mary Richardson Kennedy‘s family snubbed Robert by not asking him to attend her private memorial that will be held at the Standard Hotel.
Apparently Mary Kennedy had threatened more than once that she would take her own life before her actual suicide. Now experts tell Hollywoodlife.com that when someone threatens suicide, they must be taken extremely seriously.
Listen, who knows if anyone or anything could have deterred an intensely depressed Mary Kennedy from taking her own life. After all, it appears she had suffered from depression and addiction issues for years, and had certainly received some treatment.
Mary may have hanged herself to make a statement that her death was no accident, a relationship expert and family therapist tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively.
While Mary Kennedy suffered from depression, and alcohol and drug abuse up until her death on May 16, her decision to commit suicide by hanging means she wanted to make sure there was no doubt she would die, Dr. Phil Dembo, relationship expert and family therapist tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively.
In a new interview, RFK Jr. reveals that his estranged wife Mary battled depression for much of her life, leading up to her May 16 suicide.
An exhausted and distraught Robert F. Kennedy Jr. spoke out about the death of his wife Mary Kennedy for the first time on May 17, and revealed just how much she struggled in the months leading up to her tragic suicide at the Bedford, N.Y. home they once shared.
HollywoodLife.com has just learned exclusively that Robert F. Kennedy Jr. will be holding a funeral for his wife on May 19 and will be burying her at St. Francis Xavier Church in Hyannis, MA.
Mary Kennedy‘s funeral will be held on May 19 at St. Patrick’s Church near the home she shared with Robert in Bedford, NY., and she will be buried in the Catholic cemetery of St. Francis Xavier Church in Hyannis, Massachusetts HollywoodLife.com has just been told exclusively.
When Mary Richardson Kennedy died, she left behind her four children with Robert F. Kennedy Jr. What is going through their young minds? How will they heal? Psychologists share with us exclusively how the kids can cope after this terrible tragedy.
It is unknown for now how the family is feeling during this horrific ordeal. However, our experts — who do not treat the family — say that the kids, Conor Richardson, Kyra LeMoyne, William Finbar, and Aiden Caohman Vieques, ages 11 to 17, are going through feelings of overwhelming grief and even guilt.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s estranged wife Mary Kennedy reportedly hanged herself in a barn at her New York home, fearing financial ruin following her divorce from Robert, whom she was still legally married to. She was also distraught over his new relationship with actress Cheryl Hines. So sad.
Mary Kennedy felt “lost” and “alone” before her death on May 16, a neighbor told the New York Daily News. The 52-year-old mother of four also struggled with her estranged husband’s relationship with actress Cheryl Hines.
Whether Robert F. Kennedy Jr. cheated on his troubled wife Mary or not, she clearly could not cope with how quickly he moved on. Now, his children have lost their mother and will never get over their grief.
Could Robert F. Kennedy Jr. have held off on dating Hollywood actress Cheryl Hines? Did he really have to move completely across the country to immerse himself in his new glam life and leave his lonely and depressed wife alone in their Westchester home?
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s estranged wife was struggling in the years leading up to her death, sources say. What a tragic situation.
Three days after Robert F. Kennedy Jr. filed for divorce from his wife, Mary Kennedy, in May 2010, she was charged with a DUI after drinking too much alcohol. From then, until her sudden death today, May 16, life had been a struggle for the 52-year-old mom of four.
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