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Love, etc.: Jack Evans gets married; a civil union for Kelly McGillis and longtime girlfriend




Michele Seiver and Jack Evans after their wedding ceremony Saturday. (Tony Powell)

  • Married: Jack Evans and Michele Seiver Saturday in Georgetown. The Ward 2 councilman, 56, and interior designer, 52, tied the knot in front of 100 family and friends at Grace Episcopal Church, followed by a reception at Jack's Boathouse under the Key Bridge. (Out-of-town guests scored goody bags with local treats including salted caramels by D.C. pastry chef David Guas, a close pal of Seiver.) The couple, who dated for three years, are D.C.'s version of the Brady Brunch: The blended family has three girls and three boys (ages 13-21), who all served as bridesmaids and groomsmen. Second marriage for both. No time for a honeymoon now, Evans told us, because they're all busy with back-to-school activities.

  • Hitched: Kelly McGillis and girlfriend Melanie Leis last week in New Jersey. The "Top Gun" actress, 53, and sales exec, 42, were joined in a civil union at a local courthouse, reports the New York Times. McGillis came out last year; this is her third marriage.

  • By The Reliable Source  | September 20, 2010; 1:03 AM ET
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    Um...a civil union isn't a marriage, right? That's a big part of the issue and what people on both sides are fighting about - equal rights and all. So the text above saying this is her third wedding is a typo.

    Posted by: dave_cny | September 21, 2010 4:04 PM | Report abuse

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