The couple exchanged vows at a small ceremony in East Hampton, New York
Katie Couric has something new to smile about.
The former “CBS Evening News” anchor married fiancé John Molner on Saturday at a small ceremony at her home in East Hampton, New York.
“So excited to make my debut as Mrs. John Molner!” Couric tweeted along with a picture of the smiling couple.
Couric wore an ivory lace halter gown by Carmen Marc Valvo and had her hair styled in an updo.
Around 50 people attended the nuptials, including Couric’s two adult daughters. “We wanted to keep the wedding just very low-key,” Couric told People. “This is not my first rodeo so I didn’t want to go too crazy and neither did John.”
The broadcasting legend’s first husband, Jay Monahan, died in 1998 from colon cancer.
Molner, 51, is a partner at the investment firm Brown Brothers Harriman. He proposed to Couric, 57, last September after nearly two years of dating.
Couric is currently serving as global anchor for Yahoo News. She recently hosted her own talk show, “Katie,” which ended its run this month. Couric anchored the “CBS Evening News” from 2006 to 2011, after leaving “The Today Show.”