From Christmas engagements to New Year's weddings, these couples made their holidays extra-special.
With all of the mistletoe, roaring fireplaces, and hot chocolate for two, the holidays provide a perfect back-drop for a romantic engagement or wedding. So it's no wonder that the celebrity couples below decided to make their relationships official during the winter months!
What Americans lack in royalty, we make up for in socialite, celebrity and power couples.
With Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding bonanza mere weeks away, we can't help but feel a bit envious—not of Kate Middleton or what is sure to be her amazing gown—but of the glitz and glam that a royal wedding signifies. (Of course, Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama are better role models than your average European princess, but do they ever get to wear tiaras or swan across a ballroom floor with John Travolta?
Is there trouble in paradise for newlywed Chelsea Clinton and her husband Marc Mezvinsky? According to HollywoodLife.com, Marc left his job at an NYC hedge fund shortly before the holidays and moved to Jackson Hole, Wyoming in order to spend his days skiing. The only weird part? He reportedly did not bring along Chelsea, and only 5 months after their lavish wedding, the couple is living apart!
Celebrity Couples Make a Blessing Out of Interfaith Relationships
By Erika Hymowitz Vujnovich
Chelsea Clinton/Mark Mezvinsky, Naomi Watts/Liev Schreiber, Tom Cruise/Katie Holmes and even Brad Pitt/Angelina Jolie are among the numerous celebrity couples attempting to make an interfaith relationship work. While it’s nice to believe the old saying “love conquers all,” there are often many challenges an interfaith couple faces. Speaking from experience, I entered into an interfaith marriage five years ago.
Let's take a look back at some of the most memorable first daughter weddings.
Chelsea Clinton wed longtime boyfriend Marc Mezvinsky this weekend, and the event followed in a long line of first daughters' weddings that have fascinated the entire nation. Here now are five of those girls, whose trips down the aisle were the most memorable.
Despite the hype, Chelsea’s wedding was low-key, just like her.
Weren’t invited to Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky’s wedding in Rhinebeck this past weekend? Us neither. However, thanks to photos the Clinton family released and some ace reporting by the Washington Post, we have the scoop on the former First Daughter’s wedding, from her dress to Bill Clinton’s toast!
Chelsea Clinton wants her dad to butt out, but can the former President abide by the rules?
As Chelsea Clinton's upcoming nuptials this weekend to Marc Mevinsky, get closer and closer, sources say the former first daughter is ready to give her overly involved papa, Bill Clinton, the boot. According to sources close to the Clintons, Chelsea has been trying to remind her dad that it's her wedding, and she wants to keep the celebration low-key with just family and close friends.
Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky's lavish, interfaith wedding is just days away.
Much has been made of Chelsea Clinton and fiancé Marc Mezinsky‘s interfaith relationship. Although they both come from similar political families and attended Stanford University, Chelsea, 30, was raised as a Methodist while 32-year-old Marc, is Jewish. However, unlike fellow WASP-turned-JAP Ivanka Trump, who studied with a New York rabbi and converted to Judaism in order to marry Jared Kushner last year, Chelsea has made no public plans to convert, which makes us wonder who will officiate her supposed $3 million wedding later this week?
One woman's desperate plea for Chelsea Clinton to move her wedding date.
While the world may be eagerly anticipating former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton's upcoming wedding to investment banker Marc Mezvinsky, there is one woman who is not.
Emn Haddad-Friedman, a Brooklyn-based school teacher, is getting married on July 31 in Rhinebeck, NY, the same day and rumored location where Chelsea Clinton will be tying the knot. The only problem? Chelsea's reported wedding location, a sprawling, 50-acre estate called Astor Court, sits directly in between Emn's ceremony location and her reception hall. And if the list of politicians and other VIPs who are set to attend the wedding is true, most likely the road that Emn's guest would need to take to get from point A. to point B. will be closed down.
Let's all wish a very Happy Christmukkah to these celeb couples!
With the holidays approaching, we started to think about those couples who might be lighting a tree and a menorah. Interfaith unions are tough even for us regular folks, so they're even tougher in Hollywood, where relationships already have a short lifespan. Still, these five couples somehow make it work. Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts, Leonardo DiCaprio and Bar Rafaeli, Christina Aguilera and Jordan Bratman, Courteney Cox and David Arquette, Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky.
Long-term boyfriend Marc Mezvinsky popped the question on Turkey Day in New York City.
Finally. Officially. And with confirmation, Chelsea Clinton and long-term boyfriend Marc Mezvinsky are engaged. No word if her investment banker fiancé was able to match a previous offer of 40 goats and 20 cows for the former first daughter's hand in marriage.