RHINEBECK, N.Y. (AP) - Sidewalks in a small village on New
York's Hudson River are beginning to teem with reporters and
onlookers anxious to spot A-list stars or notable politicians
attending the wedding of Chelsea Clinton and her longtime
The crowd started forming mid-morning Saturday after weeks of
intrigue and secrecy about a ceremony with a VIP guest list said to
include such luminaries as Oprah Winfrey and Steven Spielberg.
Donna Vena of Mount Kisco, N.Y., says she drove 50 miles to
Rhinebeck in the hopes of spotting a celebrity. She had a camera
slung over her shoulder.
Former President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary
Rodham Clinton were seen Friday exiting a van arm-in-arm outside
the Beekman Arms Hotel.
Their daughter, 30-year-old Chelsea, is set to marry investment
banker Marc Mezvinsky on Saturday night.
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