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Bill Nye Science Guy marries journalist Liza Mundy in DC

WASHINGTON – Bill Nye, the “Science Boy” is now a married man.

The Emmy-winning TV presenter married last month to journalist Liza Mundy at the Haupt Garden at Smithsonian Castle in Washington, DC, according to People Magazine and photos by the House’s longtime photographer. White Pete Souza.

Mundy, a former Washington Post reporter, mentioned Nye’s mother in her book about American women who worked as code-breakers during the Second World War. When Nye heard about this, he emailed Mundy and their relationship grew from there, People reported.

HE also shared that the wedding was celebrated by “Star Trek” star Robert Picardowho played the doctor for seven seasons of “Star Trek: Voyager”.

“The Officant, who looks a bit familiar, seems to have uttered the words: ‘Commitment: The Last Frontier,'” Picardo tweeted.

Souza, who was the chief photographer for the White House during Barack Obama’s presidency, took pictures of the festival.

“Yes, it’s true, I’m officially a wedding photographer now,” Souza said in an Instagram post. “But I buried the lead: congrats Bill Nye and Liza Mundy.⁣”

The couple wrote their own vows and Nye wore cufflinks with small blue stones in them that belonged to his father, PERSON said. Their first dance as newlyweds was supposedly during a performance of “What a Wonderful World” by Sam Cooke.

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