Every week, Intern Alexis combs the Weddings and Celebrations section of the Times and clues us into which members of the elite class are pooling their resources. This week's column is a day late cause she was at a wedding over the weekend! Alanic.
A slew of good 'uns this week: Ondine Karady and New York Times reporter James Rutenberg were married by Times political correspondent Adam Nagourney in Montauk, Times-man Sam Roberts' son got married, Sarah Gegenheimer, the deputy communications director for Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, married Frederick Baldassaro Jr., former deputy communications director for Gifford Miller, but it was Josiah Hornblower, great-great-great-great-great-grandson (yes, that's 5 "greats") and subject of our Favorite Documentary Ever "Born Rich," and his wife Jocelyn Hunter, who came out on top this week.
Jocelyn and Josiah: 20 points
- Jocelyn has an M.B.A. from Stanford: +2
- She works in M&A for a software company; Josiah manages investment funds: +3
- Josiah is a great-great-great-great-great-grandson of Cornelius Vanderbilt, the railroad magnate, and a descendant of Josiah Hornblower, a delegate from New Jersey to the Continental Congress: +5
- The bridegroom, according to the Times, "was one of the subjects of Born Rich, a 2003 documentary directed by Jamie Johnson on children born to wealth." For being "born to wealth," our favorite kind of thing to be born to!: +10