Though she doesn't think about her husband's last name on a regular basis, she does say the powerful family history hits her when visiting his relatives' homes.
"Only when I go to Ethel Kennedy's house and the family pictures are JFK and RFK and Teddy — that's the normal — 'oh there's Teddy playing tennis,'" she said. Or you're playing trivial pursuit and there are questions about your family." When asked if it would be easier to married to someone with a different last name, the former The Kennedys have been no strangers to controversy over the years, dealing with untimely deaths, affairs and arrests. has become an environmental activist and attended the Keep It Clean Comedy Benefit at Avalon in Los Angeles on Tuesday with his actress wife.
“I lick the cheese off Doritos and put them back in the bag,” Chrissy Teigen, a 28-year-old cover model for Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Edition, told The New York Times about her bizarre relationship with junk food. While I wouldn’t want to share a salty snack with Teigen, this might spell progress in the fight against eating disorders.
According to Page Six, the trolling began when Jones penned a post mocking a New York Times piece about Kennedy and her wealthy friends, entitled “Move Over, Rat Pack and Brat Pack: Here Comes the Snap Pack.” In the New York Times profile, Kennedy’s fashion designer pal Andrew Warren, 23, waxes about the importance of his party pics. me on Instagram and say, ‘Your Instagram snaps give me hope.’ She said I inspire her and I make her want to keep going every day so she can have a fun life.” On April 6 — the same day the New York Times piece ran — Jones wrote a blog post called “Rich NYC Party Kids Just Trying to Inspire Others.” Her takedown begins: “Today the New York Times' ‘Style’ section brings us a delightfully nauseating look into the lives of New York City’s ‘Snap Pack’ a group of wealthy 22-year-olds who are doing a lot with their personal Instagram and Snapchat accounts.
was forced to shut down his 20-year-old daughter Kyra’s Instagram and Snapchat after she allegedly cyberbullied New York Magazine writer Allie Jones.