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Chelsea Clinton, Marriage Rumors

February 13, 2011 by Post Team 

Chelsea Clinton, Chelsea Clinton has rejected marriage rumors between her and her husband Marc Mezvinsky, which was cited as having a mental breakdown, according to sources. Mezvinsky, who recently left his job in an investment bank on Wall Street, went to Wyoming to ski. However, the couple was seen together recently at the annual amfAR gala in New York at Cipriani Wall Street, where the former president and father of Chelsea Clinton was honored.

However, relatives of Mezvinsky have yet expressed their opinion regarding the mental stability of Mark. “Marc made us all worried. I think it is clearly in crisis,” said Andrea Mezvinsky, cousin of Mark. Chelsea Clinton, daughter of former U.S. President Bill Clinton and current Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, wife Mezvinsky last year during an elaborate ceremony in Rhinebeck, NY.

“Chelsea is known for a long time, but I think it has difficulty to cope with the pressure of being in the spotlight.” Said Mezvinsky.
According to U.S. tabloid National Enquirer, Marc Mezvinsky sparked fears for his mental health after abruptly quitting his job comfortable with an investment bank on Wall Street and went to Wyoming for a ski bum. “Marc made us all worried. I think it is clearly in crisis,” said the cousin of Mark, Andrea Mezvinsky.

“Chelsea is known for a long time, but I think it has difficulty to cope with the pressure of being in the spotlight.” Recent reports said Marc came out on Chelsea after a fight to start a family.

Chelsea asked her mother and father if they could help him obtain the cancellation, “An insider bent. “It is a broken heart, but she is not afraid to end the marriage. “She now regrets that she ever married Marc.” Chelsea and Marc were married last summer in Rhinebeck, New York.

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