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Westfall, Sandra Sobieraj; Wihlborg, Ulrica; Stueven, Michele; Leonard, Elizabeth
June 2012
People;6/18/2012, Vol. 77 Issue 25, p68
The article describes celebrity weddings including the Catholic-Jewish ceremony at the wedding of Ashley Blazer Biden, the daughter of the U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, to Howard Krein, a surgeon; the small Hawaiian wedding of Brandon Jenner, the son of former Olympic athlete Bruce Jenner, to Leah Felder, the daughter of Don Felder, the guitarist for the Eagles band; and the renewal of vows by actor Kelsey Grammer and his wife Kayte, who were married in February of 2011 and are expecting twins.


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