Transcript for Cheryl Hines and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Wedding Details
And we're going to kick off the heat index. Big weekend at the Kennedy compound in Massachusetts. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Married Cheryl Hines. There they are. Tying the knot in front of family and friends on Saturday. Dating for two years. Anybody know who hooked them up? No, you do. Larry David from curb your enthusiasm. I think Julia Louis Dreyfus was there. There she is. And there is the man who started it all. Very proud. Congratulations. She looks fabulous. She did. I loved the dress, her choice and I hope them -- I hope them. I hope them are happy. Translation, please? Congratulations. It's a Monday. Yes. All right. Coming up next in our heat index, you may remember this letter from 7-year-old Charlotte that went viral a few months ago, asking Lego for more girl power. Writing, quote, I want you to make more Lego girl people and go on adventures. And her grammar is better than Lara's. I have had one cup of coffee. She got an answer. They are releasing a brand new kit with females in science, technology, engineering and math. And the new set already sold out on Lego's website. They just sit around and stay at home, can you make powerful women who go on adventures. Thank you for listen. My mom is a scientist, she just bought her granddaughter, my niece, a microscope. Now legos too. And continuing this feel-good atmosphere, also in the heat index, advice from pope Francis that people want to look at. His secrets to happiness. They are quite simple and lovely. His top ten list to take from Letterman, if you will, this is from an Argentinian mg, many focus on having a positive outlook and respecting others. Carving out time for ourselves. Making time for vacation. Making Sundays your time. And focusing a lot of attention on a better future for young people. And we want to hear from you. What are your secrets for happiness? Tweet us, hashtag social square. Dan said something about being 10% happier. Everywhere, yes. Oh, boy. Yes. I'm surprised, actually, that on his list -- and I have looked on the list, you don't cy-presser or meditation. Which is interesting. He does talk about making Sundays a no-workday and family time, but he never does mention prayer. It is interesting he talks about respecting other people's believes and not process thetizing. Interesting coming from a pope. There's a reason he's the people oes pope.
This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.