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Secretly Wed? Cheryl Hines and RFK Jr. Spotted Wearing Wedding Bands Amid Cheating Scandal

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Jul. 8 2014, Published 8:41 p.m. ET

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After a cheating scandal rocked Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Cheryl Hines’ engagement, it appears the couple is letting their fingers do the talking. The 48-year-old actress and her politically pedigreed beau flashed matching wedding bands over the holiday weekend, and only has all the details!

Just days after The National Enquirer reported on Kennedy’s alleged affair, the longtime couple was spotted kissing at a Fourth of July parade and weren’t trying to hide their shiny new hardware.

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Now, there’s speculation that the twosome got hitched in secret, even from her family.

“No, it doesn’t surprise me if she did it that way – they’ve been together for some time now,” Hines’ stepmom Helen Mosley told The National Enquirer exclusively.

The Enquirer recently reported that the 48-year-old environmental attorney was cheating on the Curb Your Enthusiasm beauty with wealthy Connecticut socialite and recent divorcee, 42-year-old stunner Chelsea Chapman Kirwan.

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“It seems Cheryl couldn’t wait to marry Bobby and be a Kennedy,” a source told the magazine.

“She’s already become super tight with members of the clan, and she’s turned a blind eye to the cheating scandal.”

For more on how the couple is weathering the scandal, pick up the latest issue of the National Enquirer!



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