Newsom said to be present at Ivy Getty’s weekend wedding in San Francisco

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This weekend, oil Heiresses Ivy Getty exchanged vows with photographer Tobias Alexander Engel in San Francisco.

In a report by Vogue, the wedding of J. Paul Getty’s great-granddaughter started at The Palace of Fine Arts with a “British Invasion Mod Party.” The bride and groom dressed the part, as shown in the photos from the celebration, KRON4 reported.

Anya Taylor-Joy from “The Queen’s Gambit” was the maid of honor, Vogue further reported.

“It’s just like everything I could have dreamed of and more,” the actress told Vogue. “So it’s wild when something so magical comes true because you’ve thought about it but didn’t actually think it would.”

Princess Diaries singer Queue Myra serenaded a song “Miracles Happen” from the balcony after Ivy and Tobias were pronounced as husband and wife.

The wedding at the city hall was officiated by Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. Among the reported attendees, meanwhile, include Governor Gavin Newsom.

The governor came at an economic summit in Monterey on Tuesday after the exchange of the couple’s I do’s. He answered questions about his disappearance from the public for a couple of weeks.

He suddenly called off his plan on attending the November 1 to 3 United Nations gathering in Scotland.

“I signed up to go to Europe, and I was ready to go, and I had that dinner… a lot of you know this dinner with the family. And the kids literally, they kind of had an intervention. They said, they couldn’t believe I was going to miss Halloween,” the governor said.

“We’ve got a 5-year-old, the oldest is 12. Four young kids, and I’m defending myself. ‘I’ve got to go,’ this and that, and my wife was going to go as well.”

“And mom and dad missing Halloween, for them it’s worse than missing Christmas. And I woke up that next morning with something that’s probably familiar to a lot of parents, that knot in your stomach that I had no damn choice: I had to cancel that trip.”

On Oct. 29, Newsom announced that he cannot make it to the conference and did not divulge any more details. He just said the cancellation of his trip was due to “family obligations.”

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