Patrick Kennedy Marries NJ Teacher At Family Compound In Hyannis Port

HYANNIS — The Kennedy compound was buzzing with activity on Friday.

Former Rhode Island Congressman Patrick Kennedy married Amy Petitgout, a teacher from New Jersey, at the compound in Hyannis Port.

On Thursday, Kennedy spent his last day as a single man sailing Nantucket sound with his family and future in-laws.

This is Kennedy’s first marriage. This week also marks his 44th birthday, and he says he’s feeling great.

WBZ-TV’s Jim Armstrong has more details

“I’m very excited,” he said.  “Not only is the weather clear, but everyone is down, so I’m surrounded by family,” said Kennedy.

The wedding was officiated by Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer.

Kennedy and Petigout are registered at Bloomingdale’s for linens and small appliances, and at Williams-Sonoma for cookware.


One Comment

  1. jon says:

    Oh please…Patches. Feeling great? What cha on?

    1. Rose says:

      Oh, I think that is wonderful. Congratulations and happy days to you all.

  2. jack Martin says:

    who outside of the family even cares….

  3. Jane Beirne McGuire says:

    Amy and Patrick. I wish you and your new bride Amy the very best of luck, good health and happiness. Patrick you graduated from Providence College with my daughter May the Leprechauns be near you to spread good luck along your way. May all of the Irish Angels smile on you today. Jane Beirne McGuire.

  4. luis smith says:

    see ch.5 news from 7/15/11. i made comment about in this economy i,m worried about a job and not the kennedies. congrats on wedding, but that doesn’t pay my bills.

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