'The City' star Olivia Palermo, 28, has wed her boyfriend, German model Johannes Huebl. (Andrew Toth / Getty Images)
Kiss the bride, quick
“The City” star Olivia Palermo, 28, has finally wed her live-in squeeze of seven years, German model Johannes Huebl, in a hush-hush, rushed ceremony Saturday at Manhattan’s City Hall. An unnamed friend tells Page Six the very pretty couple had originally planned a big fall wedding, but Huebl ran into visa problems when he left Wilhelmina Models last year, and was told he would have to leave the U.S. “Olivia’s friends were surprised when they got married at City Hall,” the source says, “with the only guests being his friend Ulli Saeuberlich and her parents, who weren’t happy with the rush, but decided to be there at the last minute.”
The things people keep: Frank
Sinatra’s first driver’s license has sold at auction for $15,757. Signed by a 19-year-old Sinatra, the yellowed 1934 New Jersey license was issued, typo and all, to Francis Sinatra, 841 Garden St., Hoboken, New Jersey. His weight was 130 pounds. The buyer was not disclosed. As it happens, the sale was a two-fer — also included was a 1940 letter to the department of motor vehicles from an attorney representing a man who’d been involved in a crash with Sinatra, insisting that Old Blue Eyes’ license be revoked until he paid what he owed his client. Sinatra died in 1998. He was 82.
'Friends' star to wed
Courteney Cox, 50, has tweets that she is going to marry her much-younger boyfriend of eight months, Snow Patrol rocker Johnny McDaid, 37. The happy couple were introduced by British singer and mutual friend Ed Sheeran. London’s Daily Mail reports that the pair flew to the Turks and Caicos Islands June 14, and celebrated Cox’s 50th the next day by spending much of it in a “secluded” part of the beach. This will be the second marriage for Cox. Her first was with David Arquette. The two have a daughter, Coco, now 10.
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