People Staff
June 16, 2008 12:00 PM


“What a breath of fresh air. Jenna and Henry did things their way and had a joyous at-home wedding”

Janice Broussard

Katy, Texas

Jenna Bush had a chance to get married in the White House. Instead, she chose a simple wedding in her parents’ backyard. I can’t help but think someone has raised this young lady with an admirable set of values. Congratulations to Jenna and Henry. I wish them nothing but happiness.

Christopher Ann Hanna

Springfield, Mo.

I really enjoyed your touching article about Jenna Bush’s recent marriage. It was heartwarming to find out how special her wedding weekend was and how her parents helped to make it that way. As much as some people criticize our President, this article showed that underneath it all, he is just like any father who would give the world to see his daughters happy.

Lisbeth Saveri

Bethlehem, Pa.

As the mother of the bride, Laura Bush couldn’t have looked more beautiful. I was surprised to see that our First Lady looks 20 years younger than she did 20 years ago. Whatever her secret fountain of youth is, I’d love to know about it.

Estelle Soto

via e-mail

With a 20-year-old son in Iraq I have a hard time caring about Jenna Bush’s wedding. If she were to join the Army, then I would be excited.

Audrey Saller

Orange, Calif.


I had my doubts when I first heard that Angelina and Brad were a couple. I liked Brad with Jennifer Aniston and was sorry to hear that they were splitting. Having said that, it seems to me that Brad and Angelina have found something in each other that both had been searching for. And I am truly happy for them.

Alicia Van Coillie

St. Clair Shores, Mich.


I applaud Kristin Davis. Many people dealing with alcoholism still keep the problem hidden and private. It’s wonderful that a beautiful, funny and smart woman like Ms. Davis can talk openly about her recovery.

Katharine Rosalen

Oak Ridge, N.J.

The great thing about Sarah Jessica Parker is that she can wear anything and get away with it. Although I wasn’t a fan of the hat she wore to the London premiere of Sex and the City, SJP is the only one on the planet who could wear something like that and still look good.

Jo Rodriguez

East Meadow, N.Y.


Kudos to Selena’s mother, Mandy Teefey, for raising such a down-to-earth and responsible daughter. It’s a shame more parents don’t raise their children in such a well-grounded way.

Vicki Buda

Baltimore, Md.


Many readers thought celeb moms who slim down quickly after having babies enjoy a distinct advantage over the typical postpartum mother. “Most American women have no dietitian and no trainer to help them get back to their pre-baby state two months after giving birth,” writes Katie Maki, a nurse from Ontonagon, Mich. “This is not a realistic picture of what it means to be a full-time mom in our society.” Marci Warhaft-Nadler of Ontario adds, “I’m always frustrated when magazines choose to print the impossible-to-maintain regimens of stars as a guide for us ‘normal’ people.” But Monica Bevill of Blytheville, Ark., says Hollywood moms still have to do the work: “Even with all the professional help, these ladies had to eat properly and do the exercise to lose the weight—and I think they look great!

Correction: On page 166 of our May 26 issue, we incorrectly credited one of the floral rings to About Attitude. The tritone yellow enamel flower ring is from Kenneth Jay Lane. Retail price is $115, and it can be purchased at 877-953-5264.

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