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The Washington Post's Emily Heil has the latest on Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin's Saturday nupitals:

"Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross was introducing Mnuchin at a conference and concluded ... with a personal flourish: 'Hilary and I also extend our congratulations and look forward to seeing you wed your dear fiancee, Louise Linton, on Saturday,' he said, referring to his wife, Hilary Geary Ross.

"Mnuchin has been engaged to Linton, a Scottish model/actress, since 2015. Linton, 36, ... had small roles in a number of movies and TV shows ... In May, Linton stepped down as chief executive of film-financing firm Dune Entertainment — a company that Mnuchin had divested from — after some questioned the ethics of her retaining a role in the company.

"Mnuchin, 54, will have something ... in common with Wilbur Ross and with Trump — both his Cabinet colleague and his boss are married to wife No. 3."

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