Interior minister Sa'ar marries news anchor Even

May 16, 2013 21:33


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Interior Minister Gideon Sa'ar and Channel 1 anchorwoman Geula Even tied the knot in a modest wedding ceremony at the private home of a mutual friend in Tel Aviv on Thursday night.

Sa'ar and Even, both 46, started dating several months ago after both of them were divorced following marriages of at least 20 years.

Even is pregnant with what will be her fourth child and Sa'ar's third. The couple was engaged for 10 days before the wedding, which was apparently expedited due to Even's pregnancy. Sa'ar's spokeswoman declined to release details about the wedding. The next MK to get married will be Tzipi Hotovely (Likud Beytenu), who will wed attorney Or Alon on May 27.

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