Victoria Reggie Kennedy Net Worth

How much is Victoria Reggie Kennedy Worth?

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Victoria Reggie Kennedy Net Worth:
$60 Million

Victoria Reggie Kennedy net worth: Victoria Reggie Kennedy is a lawyer who has a net worth of $60 million. Reggie-Kennedy is the widow of U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy. After graduating from University of Law School, Reggie-Kennedy became an attorney, specializing in bank law. She met her first husband Grier C. Raclin, also an attorney and they were married in 1981. The couple moved to Washington D.C, where Reggie-Kennedy was made a partner of Keck, Mahin & Cate. She was described as a 'real star'. The couple divorced in 1990. They have two children. After dating for a while, Reggie-Kennedy married Ted Kennedy in 1992. She helped Kennedy to jump-start his political career and became his principal assistant and political advisor. Reggie-Kennedy gave up law in 1997. Instead she founded and became president of Common Sense about Kids and Gun in 1999. The advocacy group seeks to reduce gun crime to children in the US. Following the death of Ted Kennedy in 2009, Reggie-Kennedy was expected to take the place of her late husband until the electron, but she declined on numerous occasions. She has been involved in several engagements, including speaking at graduation ceremonies. She received honorary degrees from UMass Boston, Lesley University and the University of Maryland.

Victoria Reggie Kennedy Net Worth

Victoria Reggie Kennedy

Net Worth:$60 Million
Date of Birth:Feb 26, 1954 (66 years old)
Gender:Female
Profession:Lawyer
Nationality:United States of America
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