The New York Times first reported the story; The bride, 27, is a former reporter with the paper who covered climate change and the environment. The groom, 28, is currently a fourth-year medical student at Columbia University in NYC.
The couple first met as undergrads at Yale. Former governor of Massachusetts, Deval L. Patrick, officiated the ceremony, which was held at the home of the bride’s family on Saturday, September 9.
Schlossberg is the youngest daughter of Caroline and Edwin Scholssberg. Her siblings include older sister Rose, 28, and younger brother Jack, 24. The three are the only remaining grandchildren of the former president and first lady.
The bride is the second Kennedy family member to marry this summer. In July, Meaghan Kennedy Townsend married her longtime love, Billy Birdzell, at the family compound in Hyannis Port.
In terms of timeline, Schlossberg and Moran’s nuptials took place nearly 64 years to date after the wedding of the bride’s famed grandparents. Camelot began on September 12, 1953, when JFK and Jacqueline Bouvier married in the society wedding of the year at Hammersmith Farm in Newport.