BY GEORGE, HE GOT MARRIED!

THE COUNTRY ISN'T LOSING ITS MOST ELIGIBLE BACHELOR, IT'S GAINING AN ATTRACTIVE NEW KENNEDY WIFE

Yes, the secrecy was a triumph, and the planning and logistics really were impressive. But this wasn't the Normandy invasion, it was a wedding, and something more important has been overlooked: how incredibly romantic it must have been. The setting was one of the wild, unspoiled sea islands off Georgia--to visitors, they seem like remnants of the New World as it was before its discovery. This one, Cumberland Island, is inhabited by armadillos, wild boar and wild horses. Spanish moss hangs from its ancient oaks. There is a tiny wooden chapel, where the ceremony was held by candlelight. Crickets sang in...

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