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Caroline Kennedy (Paul J. Richards -- AFP/getty Images)

Special inaugural edition, continued...

  • Caroline Kennedy on the train from New York to D.C. Monday morning with husband Ed Schlossberg -- in a regular car, though they got up and moved midway through; to first class, maybe? Olive suit, black wool coat, hair still damp from a shower or the weather.

  • Tom Hanks bantering at Charlie Palmer Steak Saturday with some glamorous Missouri visitors, all wearing fur: "This is a table of foxes!" he said. "Let me feel that coat, it looks so soft!" Innocent flirting, though -- he was dining with wife Rita Wilson and other family.

  • Oprah Winfrey working the room in a private dining area at Art and Soul restaurant on Capitol Hill Sunday afternoon. Bright yellow jacket, about a half dozen security guys. Must be one of those parties she hasn't invited us to.

  • Sharon Stone and Forest Whitaker dining at The Source with the chef himself, Wolfgang Puck, Sunday night. Lobster-daikon roll, steak au poivre, grilled lamb chops, rockfish. She looked very Sharon Stone -- white blouse, black dress pants, dazzling diamond necklace.

    And much more! See earlier inaugural-week celebrity sightings (Beyonce, Jay-Z, Bon Jovi. . . ) here.


  • By The Reliable Source  |  January 19, 2009; 3:15 PM ET
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    Comments

    I assume Caroline Kennedy must be incredibly smart and talented? I say that because God makes up for one deficiency with a talent in another area.

    In this case, she's pretty hard to look at, so she must be brilliant, witty, and charming.

    Posted by: Ombudsman1 | January 19, 2009 10:03 PM | Report abuse

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