Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales marries Blair''s former aide in London church

wikipediaLondon, Oct. 7 : Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales has married Tony Blair''s former secretary, Kate Garvey in a ceremony held at the Wesley''s Church in the London, which was witnessed by the who’s who of the world of politics and entertainment.

Blair and wife Cherie attended the ceremony along with Alastair Campbell, Blair''s former spin doctor, who played the bagpipes in a kilt in Clan Campbell tartan.

Among the guests who attended the wedding were Mick Hucknall, former lead singer of Simply Red, Lily Cole, the model and actress, and former Labour minister Lord Adonis, The Telegraph reports.

According to the paper, the guest list also included Steve Hilton, the current Prime Minister''s former director of strategy, and his wife Rachel Whetsone, who is an executive with Google.

The couple, who have one child, had met at the World Economic Forum at Davos, where Wales reportedly asked an aide to track down Garvey, but not to get her details from Wikipedia, in case they were wrong, the paper said.

The wedding was the third for Wales, 46, from Alabama and the first for Garvey, 40, now a director of Freud Communications, it added. (ANI)


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