Written by Stevey G.
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Monday, 2 August 2010

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Hilary suffered another 'Monica moment' at the weekend

Former President, Bill Clinton, must have had a feeling of 'deja-vu' at the weekend, during a rather uncomfortable moment at his daughter's wedding reception.

The fairy-tale wedding, between former first daughter, Chelsea Clinton (30) and Marc Mezvinsky (32) at the extraordinary Astor family palace in Rhinebeck NY, was marred by a incident shortly before the reception was to begin.

Chelsea had gone to 'freshen up' and re-appeared a little while later, accompanied by best-man, Noah Oppenheium. To the surprise of the guests, Chelsea appeared to be sporting a rather large stain on the front of her Vera Wang wedding gown.

'It was a little awkward for a while', said Bill Clinton's half brother Roger, 'I'll be honest, it did look like a semen stain'.

A horrified Chelsea exclaimed 'It's not what you think, I did not have sex with this man, I did not have sexual relations with Noah Oppenheium', as she fled from the room.

Fortunately, the stain was found to be simply liquid soap and even more fortunately Chelsea had a second Vera Wang gown to change into.

'It was a bit of a 'Monica moment', as we Clintons call it', continued Roger, 'Hilary was in shock for a while, but I'm sure we'll all have a good laugh when we watch it again on the wedding video'.

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