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Caroline Kennedy, Like, the Sort of Interview, You Know

NEW YORK, 2008-12-28 — What is it about American royalty that renders it so incoherent. Here's what Caroline Kennedy said in a recent interview, and what she really meant:

Reporter: You have spent years guarding your family's privacy, especially your children's. Why do you want to expose them to all this now?

What Caroline Kennedy said: We talked about whether their life was going to change, and whether our family life was going to change and, you know, what kinds of ways. And I think they, you know, they understand that there will be adjustments.

What she really meant: I want this so bad I can taste it.

Reporter: What about the many reports that you and your husband have split?

What Caroline Kennedy said: Falling in love with my husband was by far the best thing that's ever happened to me. And we've been together for, what, almost 28 years. So, you know, he is, you know, an incredible person and the more time I spend with him, the happier I am.

What she really meant: I love that he has his own apartment now. The more he stays away the happier I am.

Reporter: Why don't you use your husband's name?

What Caroline Kennedy said: Well, just to the name thing, you know, I was in law school when I got married, so I never actually use my name on my books. And I think it was much more common among people my age, there was a sort of a few years there where people didn't change their name as much.

What she really meant: "Schlossberg" won't get me a Senate seat.

Emma Dubin

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