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Love, etc: Huma Abedin and Anthony Weiner; Carmelo Anthony; Carrie Underwood; John Krasinski and Emily Blunt





Huma Abedin and Anthony Weiner on their wedding day (Barbara Kinney/Courtesy of Rep. Anthony Weiner)


  • Married: Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) to Huma Abedin, on Saturday at Oheka Castle, a historic estate on Long Island's north shore -- in a ceremony officiated by none other than Bill Clinton. First marriage for both. The 45-year-old Queens congressman had courted Hillary Clinton's longtime personal aide, 34, for two years; two weeks ago the Clintons threw them an engagement party in Washington. Abedin (the subject of a 2007 Vogue spread) wore "a gown designed by her good friend Oscar de la Renta," the congressman's office said.

  • Married: Denver Nuggets star Carmelo Anthony, 26, and TV personality LaLa Vazquez, 31, in NYC on Saturday in a ceremony before a constellation of celebs (Spike Lee, Serena Williams, Ciara, Ludacris, LeBron James). Their 3-year-old son was ringbearer; the whole thing was taped for a forthcoming reality show.





    Vazquez and Anthony exiting Cipriani at their wedding.(Louis Lanzano/AP)

  • Married: Actors Emily Blunt, 27, and John Krasinski, 30, on Saturday, their reps tell People. She's best known for "The Devil Wears Prada" and "The Young Victoria"; he's the cute guy on "The Office" whose TV wife Jenna Fischer also got married in real life last week.

  • Married: Carrie Underwood, 27, and hockey player Mike Fisher, 30, on Saturday, their reps tell People. She became a ginormous country star after winning "American Idol"; he plays for the Ottawa Senators.

  • By The Reliable Source  |  July 12, 2010; 1:04 AM ET
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