Unlike many brides, Hillary Clinton said yes to the dress at the last minute. The politician spoke about her unique wedding story during an appearance on The Drew Barrymore Show.
“Is it true that you went to Dillard’s for a last-minute wedding dress for your wedding?” master Drew Barrymore47-year-old former secretary of state, 74-year-old, on Thursday, September 15, episode of her talk show.
“Yes, it is,” he showed Difficult choice author joined by her daughter Chelsea Clinton for a visit. (The mother-daughter duo were promoting their new Apple TV+ show. Boldan eight-episode documentary series focusing on pioneering women.)
“Ask her how many she tried on,” Chelsea, 42, chimed in, to which Hillary replied, “I found what I wanted…only one.”
The Chicago native explained that she doesn’t have much time as Bill Clinton wanted to “hurry” down the aisle after asking Hillary three times to marry him.
“My husband twice asked me to marry him, and I said: “Not now. Not.’ The third time was a spell and he said, “Well, let’s hurry up and do this before you change your mind,” the lawyer said, prompting laughter and applause from the audience.
Hillary continued, “So we said, ‘OK, next Saturday.’ My mother comes down with dad and says, “Can I see your wedding dress?” And I thought, “Oh my God! Wedding Dress! I need one of them.”
Why should I be president the author said it was then that she and her mother went to see Dillard. “Then I found my dress,” Hillary added.
Hillary and the former president, now 76, tied the knot in 1975 in the living room of their Fayetteville, Arkansas home in front of a Methodist minister and several of their closest friends and family.
To say yes, the Yale Law School graduate looked dainty in a department store design that featured a bohemian silhouette with bell sleeves and lace details. Bill, for his part, was wearing a dark suit.
Hillary shared her impressions of an intimate ceremony back in 2020 when she wished her followers on Instagram a “Happy Valentine’s Day!” In the frame, the couple smiled widely as they shared a sweet hug.
They met in 1971 at the Yale Law Library. They soon started dating.