The media’s already had a field day with Priscilla Chan’s “modest” $25,000 engagement ring. Now, they’re focusing on the couple’s allegedly cheap honeymoon in Rome. Some these headlines ran in actual publications, some are fake ones I made up. Click on each to see what’s real and what’s not.
The previously blurry honeymooners are spotted with more clarity. Oh, to be young, in love, and worth billions of dollars…
They were due some time away. But Twitter’s multi-lingual eyes are everywhere: In the Sistine Chapel, at the Spanish steps, inside the Colosseum, and at the restaurant Pierluigi.
First people were let down by her low-key wedding dress, and now they’re bummed about her relatively modest ruby ring. Maybe they should stop trying to live vicariously through her.
Not everyone wants a giant diamond weighing down their hand. Zuckerberg has a reputation for not caring about excessive displays of wealth — designed the ring himself.
Countless Chinese American daughters probably sighed when the ZuckerChan nuptials were announced. Because they knew they’d be getting a call from their mothers wondering why they weren’t more like her.
Claire Pettibone is still trying to find out where Chan got the $4,700 dress for her wedding to Mark Zuckerberg. She suspects Chan purchased it in total secrecy, perhaps under a fake name.
Time for some wedding dress analysis!
Zuckerberg married Priscilla Chan last night, and although they’ve been dating for nine years, the ceremony came as a surprise to even the attendees (who thought they were attending a graduation party). The world has weighed in…
His timeline announced a new “life event” the day after Facebook went public: he’s now married to Priscilla Chan, his longtime girlfriend. Congrats and “likes” to the happy couple!