Robert F. Kenendy Jr.’s son Conor Kennedy celebrated his 26th birthday in the Hamptons this weekend along with a crowd of socialite friends.
Conor, who famously dated Taylor Swift in the summer of 2012, is spending this summer out in wealthy eastern Long Island — and kicked off his birthday celebrations last week with pricey meals, drinks, and a concert with friends.
Revelers at the three-day celebration included best friend Andrew Warren, Damon Dash and Rachel Roy’s daughter Ava Dash, and Daily Front Row editor Charlotte Bickley.
Conor’s birthday was on Friday, and his father, RFK, Jr., shared several photos while wishing him a happy day on Instagram.
But Conor spent the weekend living it up with friends, not family, to mark the occasion.
In addition to Andrew, Ava, and Charlotte, other guests included Naftali Group’s Danielle Naftali, comedian Renée Willett, Julian Polak, Julia Moshy, Margueles Properties’ Teddy Margueles, Morgan Halberg, Hayley Helene, and art heir Makenzie Moon-Phelan.
The celebrations were conducted without masks or social distancing — but at least several partiers, including Conor himself, took COVID-19 tests ahead of relaxing precautions.
Video posted on friend Andrew Warren’s Instagram shows he, Conor, and Ava Dash administering their own tests outside at a Hamptons home on Thursday, after which all three removed their masks.
The fun kicked off on Thursday, with the group enjoying dinner at Tutto il Giorno Sag Harbor, where pasta dishes are about $30 each and cocktails are $22 apiece.
It appears to have been a mellow evening, with the group singing ‘Happy Birthday’ to Conor over dessert.
Things got a bit more wild on Friday, when the group went to Etiquette, a new restaurant in Montauk, for a boozy brunch.
Video shows them dancing on tables as a DJ played music at the venue, where champagne and sparklers were brought to the group.
Conor got the star treatment again as a group of dancers in bustiers and black underwear — and sparkly masks — danced over to his table with signs and confetti.
The group continued to party into the evening, with a group of about ten dining out at Le Bilboquet, where they did shots and ate cake — which was brought out to yet another round of singing for Conor.
During the day on Saturday, several members of the group relaxed by the pool — with several trendy pool floats — and did some shopping at Claire’s.
For lunch, they had an outdoor barbecue with yet another cake, this one made by Gabrielle Licht, who put an entire bottle of liquor in the middle.
Finally, the group finished off the day at a drive-in Chainsmokers charity concert. The concert was held on 100 acres, where guests drove up and stayed at their cars.
Ticket packages for the event — where people submitted to temperature checks before being admitted — cost as much as $25,000.