Former first daughter Barbara Bush married screenwriter Craig Coyne Sunday at her family’s Walker Point compound in Kennebunkport, Maine.
A family proclamation noticed that Bush, who wore a custom Vera Wang outfit, was escorted down the passageway by a couple of previous presidents: granddad George H.W. Shrub (No. 41) and father George W. Bramble (No. 43). Her close relative, Dorthy Bush Koch, filled in as officiant. As per the announcement, the wedding was a “private family function.”
An announcement from Vera Wang portrayed Bush’s dress as a light ivory silk crepe outfit with spaghetti tie detail and a cowl hung neck area. Her shoulders were secured by a story length cape made of Italian tulle and emphasized with a coordinating tulle cloak.
On Monday, previous first woman Laura Bush shared a photograph of the love birds encompassed by whatever remains of the Bush family. (Coyne can be seen to one side of his new spouse.)
“Barbara is named for a remarkable and solid lady — and which is all well and good, since she is one of a kind and solid,” Bush 43 subtitled an Instagram photograph posted Monday. “@laurawbush and I are so glad for our humane, brave, savage, kind, wise, cherishing girl. What’s more, we’re excited to welcome Craig Coyne to our family.”
Her twin sister, “Today” reporter Jenna Bush Hager, uncovered Monday that Bush’s “something acquired” was a wrist trinket given by her granddad to her late grandma and namesake, previous first woman Barbara Bush, on the couple’s 70th wedding commemoration. (She kicked the bucket in April at age 92.)
“I’m crying 24 hours after the fact,” Jenna said when she brought in Monday to impart the points of interest to her NBC partners. “There were such a significant number of glad tears.”