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Chelsea Clinton Gets Married

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Chelsea Clinton Gets Married

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Chelsea Clinton Gets Married

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Last night, the stars came out in the sleepy town of Rhinebeck, N.Y., for one of the most anticipated weddings of the summer season. Chelsea Clinton, the 30-year-old daughter of former President Bill Clinton and current Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, exchanged vows with Marc Mezvinsky, her longtime boyfriend. The bride wore Vera Wang and a radiant smile.

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Last night, the stars came out in the sleepy town of Rhinebeck, New York, for one of the most anticipated weddings of the summer season. Chelsea Clinton, the 30-year-old daughter of former President Bill Clinton and current Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, exchanged vows with Marc Mezvinsky, her longtime boyfriend, whose parents served as members of Congress.

Amid tight security, the Jewish-Methodist sunset service, and evening of dinner and dancing, unfolded at Astor Courts, a secluded estate on the Hudson River. The bride wore a strapless white gown - and a radiant smile.

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