Kennedy Party Spirit Lives On
The party spirit of Camelot lived on this week, following Tuesday night's speeches by Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg and her uncle, Sen. Edward Kennedy, at the Democratic Convention in Los Angeles. After their stints on the podium, reports Variety columnist Army Archerd, Caroline and Ted were saluted at a 700-guest party tossed by Kennedy cousin Maria Shriver and her husband, Arnold Schwarzenegger. The fete began on the lawn of the Schwarzenegger home and then moved to the sprawling Will Rogers Ranch in Santa Monica. Ted sang a duet in Spanish with Secretary of Energy Bill Richardson, to the strings of a Mariarchi band. Maria also noted to Archerd that in the entire crowd there was only one Republican: hubby Arnold. Meanwhile, the Associated Press reports that the 1974 blue and green BMW that was owned by Caroline's mother, the late Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, will hit the auction block Aug. 31 in New York's Hamptons. The former first lady drove the car for 20 years (until her death from cancer in 1994), using it to shuttle between her apartment in Manhattan and the New Jersey horse estate she shared with her second husband, Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis. The vehicle is expected to fetch between $35,000 and $75,000.
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