Bill Gates' daughter is getting married on a $16 million farm in the Hudson Valley.
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The oldest daughter of Bill and Melinda Gates is getting married this weekend on a large horse farm in Westchester County, the New York Post reports.
“It will be the biggest party our town has ever seen," neighbor Lynda Dupree told the New York Post.
Bill and Melinda Gates purchased the 124-acre horse farm on Mills Road in North Salem for their daughter Jennifer in 2018 after she graduated from Stanford University.
Jennifer Gates, 25, is set to marry 30-year-old Nayel Nassar.
Jennifer Gates is a professional horse jumper while Nassar represented Egypt in equestrian in this summer's Olympics, Town & Country reports.
The two were engaged during a ski trip in January 2020.
"Nayel Nassar, you are one of a kind. Absolutely swept me off my feet this past weekend, surprising me in the most meaningful location over one of our many shared passions. I can’t wait to spend the rest of our lives learning, growing, laughing and loving together. Yes a million times over. 💍
AHHH!!!, Gates wrote on Instagram shortly after the proposal.
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