CBS News correspondent Vladimir Duthiers ties the knot with his longtime time girlfriend, Marian Wang. The proud husband shared lovely photos of their intimate wedding on the beach.
After nine years together, Vladimir Duthiers and Marian Wang are now husband and wife. The longtime boyfriend and girlfriend finally took their relationship to the next level.
The great news was shared by the CBS News correspondent yesterday via his Instagram page, where he shared several lovely photos of their special day. As seen in the host of photos shared by the doting husband, Wang looked angelic in a lovely white dress with a high-neck and thin sleeves.
CBSN Anchor Vladimir Duthiers at the CBS Broadcast Center, May 20th 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
The blushing bride kept her makeup simple and accessorized with a pair of dangling gold earrings. Duthiers, on the other hand, looked dapper in a navy blue suit and tie paired with a white shirt and matching pocket square.
It has been raining marriages in the news industry as Fox News correspondent Peter Doocy recently made headlines for officiating his sister's wedding.
The newlyweds looked so in love as they held each other close and took in the scenery of Fire Island Beach, New York, where the ceremony was held.
The lovebirds didn't celebrate their big day alone as they were joined by their dog, which was appropriately dressed for the occasion with a black tie as he posed with his parents.
Their friends and families also witnessed the celebration of their love as seen in a group photo posted at the end of the slideshow. The heartwarming post was captioned:
"There but for the grace of you go I... #ImMarianHer."
The comments section rang with congratulatory messages from fans and colleagues who wished the couple a happy married life. Duthiers met Wang, a senior news producer at "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver," years ago when he was still working at CNN'S "Anderson Cooper 360°."
According to reports, their nuptials came as a surprise to Duthiers's CBS family, Anthony Mason, Gayle King, and Tony Dokoupil, as they didn't hear about it until they got to the studio on September 2.
It has been raining marriages in the news industry as Fox News correspondent Peter Doocy recently made headlines for officiating his sister's wedding. Doocy took up the responsibility of ordaining the wedding after the priest the couple booked unfortunately passed away.
Doocy not only stepped up to the challenge but managed to quickly and flawlessly officiate the wedding amid evacuations for a category 1 storm in Florida.
The host of weddings come shortly before the hosts of "CBS: This Morning" finally reunited in the studio after six months apart due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The gang celebrated their return to the newsroom with a photo of them smiling in the studio on the network's Twitter page.