Huma Abedin

July 10, 2010 by Post Team 

Huma AbedinHuma Abedin: (Washington Post) — Wedding season for Bill and Hillary Clinton! Daughter Chelsea is walking down the aisle later this summer, but first: a celebration of the upcoming marriage of Congressman Anthony Weiner and Huma Abedin, long Hillary’s personal assistant.
The Clintons hosted a garden party on Wednesday night at his home in the embassy area with more than 300 people, a sumptuous buffet lunch and a sign with Mideastern wedding date of the couple, “10/07/1910 “near the pool.

“I have a daughter,” Clinton said, drawing Chelsea in a hug. “But if I had a second daughter, would be Huma.”

The stunning brunette, 34, has been working as Hillary’s right hand since 1996, and next to it through the Senate and presidential campaigns and pass the State Department last year. Abedin quietly began dating Weiner, 45, two years ago and announced their engagement last summer.

It was “love at first sight” for Weiner, Hillary told the crowd Wednesday. The Clinton encouraged the encounter between Muslims beauty who grew up in Saudi Arabia and the Jewish Democrat from New York. The pair represents, Bill said in his toast, which means “the world’s future to be.”

The party was filled with family, friends Clinton (Terry McAuliffe, Melanne Verveer, Bob Barnett), and a lot of Pols including most of the delegation of New York. Guests will be delayed until well into the night, then the secretary of state left Thursday for a visit to Europe – the first trip of the State Department without Abedin, who remained to finalize plans for the wedding.

Speaking of that – still no details about the Chelsea PMB investment banker Marc Mezvinsky. Anyone who has a store card, the date (July 31 is what a code loop in and told us what is to appear in the reports of the media as the day probably) is not talking. And yes, ours must have been lost in the mail, too.

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