RFK’s daughter wins yard planter from father’s former home
McLEAN, Va. (AP) - One of Robert F. Kennedy’s children has won custody of a decorative planter that sat outside a Virginia estate where the branch of the famed American political family once lived.
The Washington Post reports that a federal judge has ruled a 2010 pact by Hickory Hill’s new owner to give up the urn was binding.
The court decision means that Kerry Kennedy gets back the 4-foot-tall planter that she recalls from her childhood.
Kennedy is a lawyer who is the seventh child of RFK and Ethel Kennedy. She plans to bring the urn to the family’s compound in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts.
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