Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Alyson Cambridge Helps Notorious RBG Continue Her Domination

Alyson Cambridge is escorted down the aisle by her father Richard Cambridge.
First it was the nuptials of David Daniels, then Angela Meade, and now Alyson Cambridge. Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, officiated the marriage of Alyson Cambridge to Timothy Eloe in the garden of the Anderson House in Washington, D.C. on May 30, 2015. "'Can anybody hear anything?' asked opera singer Alyson Cambridge, looking something far beyond statuesque in a white lace trumpet gown, as she and her almost husband, Timothy Eloe, try to fix Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s malfunctioning microphone. 'Noooooo,' was the collective answer from the wedding’s 100 black tie clad guests, sipping tall glasses of lemonade in the garden of the Anderson House. After a few minutes a new mike is found and Cambridge, an area native who’s appeared with the Washington National Opera, calls 'take two.' 'Okay, so we’ll start over,' said Ginsburg, who with frilly cuffs spilling out of her judge’s robe and thick black sunglasses looked as rock star as Prince. And the show goes on. It seemed appropriate for a relationship that started with the stage. In his personal vows, Eloe, a Chicago lawyer, said he first saw Cambridge, an
The soprano tears up during the ceremony officiated by Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
area native who’s performed multiple times with the Washington National Opera, on a 20-foot billboard for the musical Show Boat more than three years ago. Once the show’s Chicago run, which Eloe joked he’d seen more times than anyone else in the entire city, was over, Eloe told Cambridge he knew 'we were an us.' Cambridge, dabbing her eyes with a tissue handed to her by her maid of honor — Eloe’s 11-year-old daughter Christina — said she’d been surprised that a clean-cut former college football player turned out to be the perfect match for her 'slightly over the top personality.' After the rings — carefully guarded by Eloe’s two young sons, Daniel, 10, and William, 7 — Ginsburg wished the couple a lifetime of happiness 'serving each other and humankind in peace and hope.'" [Source] See a couple more beautiful photos taken by Erin Schaff of the Washington Post, after the jump.

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