Billionaire and Democratic Party financier George Soros got married Saturday and celebrated the nuptials with hundreds of his closest friends, including corporate executives, world leaders, and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.
The New York Post's Page Six reports
the extensive guest list also included World Bank President Jim Yong Kim, Estonia President Toomas Hendrik Ilves, Liberia President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, and Albania Prime Minister Edi Rama.
Soros, 83, married Tamiko Bolton, a healthcare consultant who is nearly half his age. She is his third wife.
It will be a short honeymoon, the Inquisitr reports
, as Bolton is scheduled to give a deposition Friday as part of a lawsuit brought by one of Soros's former girlfriends.
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Adriana Ferreyr filed the suit against Soros for $50 million claiming he promised her a $2 million apartment, but instead gave it to Bolton.
Soros has aligned himself with Democrats on numerous contentious issues including Pelosi's battle to pass Obamacare
Soros has also contributed millions of dollars to the party's candidates including $500,000 to a political action committee to help the California Democrat regain control of the House, according to the Washington Post.
Soros is worth $20 billion and ranks number 14 in Forbes 400.
Numerous reports say a prenuptial agreement with his new bride is generous, however Soros is expected to leave most of his estate to charities.
Instead of wedding gifts, the couple has asked that donations be made to the National Dance Institute, and the environmental group Global Witness.
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