Doomed: A new biography of Andrew Cuomo details the bitter divorce between the current New York Governor and Kerry Kennedy, daughter of Robert F Kennedy.
Douglas Kennedy said on one occasion, when the Kennedys spent a night partying and singing, Cuomo stood by 'looking disgusted'.
Douglas also described Cuomo as a 'bully' who thought many member's of his wife's family as weak or 'political'.
Kennedy, who was assassinated while running for nomination as Democratic presidential candidate in 1968.
Kennedy is the third daughter of George and Ann Skakel, and was a classmate of her future sister-in-law Jean Kennedy Smith at Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart.
According to the book, the couple agreed to break-up after the campaign, but Cuomo kept putting it off At the party, the Rolling Stones song 'Sympathy for the Devil' was played at high-volume - a song which deals with the assassinations of both President John F Kennedy and Kerry father's Robert F Kennedy.
'After 13 years of marriage, and truly stressful times, I knew the ties that bound us together had frayed,' Cuomo wrote in his autobiography All Things Possible, published late last year.
Karl was given the job of local GP to give him immediate links with other characters. He commented "I am planning to hang around for quite a while longer because I do love it too much, we're talking at the moment about a continuation." Fletcher says he and Woodburne find the scenes "funny".
Fletcher said "Karl and Susan every now and again do go through a phase where they become slightly more amorous than in their tougher times and tougher storylines – suffice to say it's not bawdy, but I think the audience will enjoy the fun aspect".
She was the Skakels' third daughter and sixth child, having five older siblings, Georgeann (1918–1983), James (1921–1998), George Jr.
In his autobiography published late last year, Andrew Cuomo described himself as the victim in his bitter divorce from Kerry Kennedy - saying he learned about the break-up from a reporter who called him for comment.
Not if, but when: Author Michael Shnayerson says in 'The Contender' that Cuomo and Kennedy started talking not if 'but when' to divorce just two months after the birth of their third daughter Michaela in 1997.