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Rory Kennedy Weds David Camillo

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Love begets love this year. Wedding season appears to be in full effect. Rory Gifford Kennedy, the daughter of Victoria Gifford Kennedy and the late Michael LeMoyne Kennedy, has married David Francesco DiCamillo, director of the credit finance department at Citibank in Manhattan.

The wedding was officiated the Montauk Yacht Club, and has been the talk of the town all weekend. IT was attended by many prominent members of the Kennedy family, including Rory’s aunt Kerry Kennedy and her grandmother Ethel Kennedy.


Rory is reportedly keeping her maiden name. She currently works as a freelance writer, editor and photographer for the TownPool, an online shopping, advertising and social media site associated with Nantucket, Mass.


As expected, philanthropy runs in her blood as well. Her mother is on the board of Opportunity International’s Woman’s Opportunity Network, which provides finance loans and guidance to woman across the globe who live in poverty. Rory’s father was the head of Citizen’s Energy Corp., a non-profit organization that provides low-cost heating to the poor and elderly.


According to The New York Times, Rory met DiCamillo at a gym in West Village, where they are both members. DiCamillo noticed Rory running on a treadmill. When she got  she received a phone call from her mother, and asked him to watch her stuff. When she returned from her conversation with her mother 30 minutes later, he decided to ask her out to a wine bar in their neighborhood. The rest was history, and hence Rory joined the ranks of celebrated Kennedy family weddings.

The wedding was officiated by DiCamillo’s brother, who is a Universal Life minister.

Guests got to enjoy the festivities and be part of a moment in Kennedy family history, that is certain to be one of the most talked about weddings for the rest of the year. Cheers to the newlyweds.


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