It seems Katie Couric and fiancé John Molner have set a summer date for their wedding, the former talk show host revealed to Howard Stern last week, but it's going to be a small family affair.
"Summer!" Couric, 57, told Stern at the disc jockey's 60th birthday party Friday in New York City.
"[The wedding is] going to be family only," she added, according to People magazine.
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Couric and Molner, a financier, got engaged since last September after two years of dating, when he proposed over Labor Day Weekend in East Hampton, N.Y.
The former "Today" show co-host was previously married to attorney Jay Monahan from 1989 until he died of colon cancer in 1998.
Couric and Molner reportedly want to have a small, quiet ceremony.
"It will just be a small dinner in New York," Couric told The Hollywood Reporter last month
while at the Sundance Film Festival.
When asked about how the planning has been, Couric revealed that her fiancé is actually taking charge of all the details.
"Actually, he's the wedding planner!" she said.
Couric, the veteran journalist who's jumped from NBC to ABC to CBS over the course of her 35-year career, was appointed global anchor for Yahoo News last month after her daytime syndicated talk show "Katie" was canceled.
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