Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy, the widow of the late President John F. Kennedy, arrived in Cambodia?
Mrs. Kennedy arriving; being by Prince Sihanouk; airport ceremonies.
MS Prince Sihanouk walking to plane
MS Mrs. Kennedy disembarking, greeting prince
MS Palace guards
CS Mrs. Kennedy receives flowers
MS Hostesses lined at attention
MS Mrs. Kennedy walking down red carpet
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Background: Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy, the widow of the late President John F. Kennedy, arrived in Cambodia Thursday (2 November) for a six-day visit. Mrs. Kennedy's trip has no official diplomatic purpose and is only a sightseeing vacations for the former First Lady.
On the second day of her visit, Mrs. Kennedy flew to Angkor, the site of the capital of the ancient Khmer Empire whose kings ruled much of the Indochina peninsula from 800 to 1400 A.D. Mrs. Kennedy said she was realizing a childhood dream by visiting the ruins of the stone temples and palaces there.
Included in Mrs. Kennedy's party is Lord Harlech, the former British Ambassador to the United States who has been linked romantically with Mrs. Kennedy. Both Lord Harlech and Mrs. Kennedy have denied persistent rumors that they are planning to be married.