People: Jul. 28, 1986

To many Americans, it was the near equivalent of the royal wedding that Britain is preparing for, albeit with a slight reversal of roles. At Westminster Abbey this Wednesday, with suitable pomp and ceremony, Prince Andrew of the House of Windsor weds his commoner (but uncommon) love, Sarah Ferguson. But near Hyannis Port, Mass., last Saturday, the bride was the Princess of Camelot when Caroline Bouvier Kennedy, 28, daughter of President John F. Kennedy and former First Lady Jacqueline Onassis, was married to the very un-Kennedyesque Edwin Arthur Schlossberg, 13 years her senior.

In recent years, as the "Kennedy cousin" generation...

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