Ex-Hillary Clinton Aide Huma Abedin Gets Engaged to George Soros’ Son

George Soros’ son and heir Alex has just got engaged to Hillary Clinton’s former top aide Huma Abedin.

It was revealed this week that the Democrat insider, 47, and Alex Soros, 38, got engaged six weeks ago.

They were spotted recently celebrating in Italy, according to Page Six.

The couple confirmed their engagement on Instagram shortly after Page Six published their story.

In a post on the social media platform, Soros wrote: “This happened…we couldn’t be happier, more grateful, or more in love.”

Abedin, Hillary Clinton’s former deputy chief of staff, was previously married to disgraced New York Democrat politician Anthony Weiner.

Weiner, a convicted pedophile and former NYC mayoral candidate, saw his marriage to Abedin collapse when he was jailed for 21 months for child sex crimes.

Abedin and Weiner were central figures in Hillary’s infamous emails scandal.

Clinton’s use of a private server for official government communications was exposed when police investigating Weiner seized a laptop he used and discovered that it contained classified information.

It will be the first marriage for Soros, who has been named as the heir to his father’s $25 billion empire.

“After a lot of tumultuous years for Huma, she’s relaxed and happy and in love,” a friend of Abedin told Page Six, adding that the deep state power couple’s relationship is “effortless.”

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After confirming their romance on Instagram on Valentine’s Day with a picture from Paris, the couple attended the Met Gala together in May.

The pair have kept a low profile and scarcely have been seen in public.

They reportedly met through a mutual friend and have been traveling together over the summer.

In April, Page Six reported they were sitting courtside to watch the Knicks take on the Philadelphia 76ers in the first round of the NBA playoffs.

The romance between the pair comes seven years after Huma divorced her pedophile former husband Weiner – who was engulfed in a number of high-profile scandals.

Abedin, who had initially stood by him, eventually decided to pull the plug and the pair went their separate ways.

The former couple share a son, Jordan, who was born in 2011.

Abedin wrote about the harrowing experience in a 2021 memoir titled “Both/And: A Life in Many Worlds.”

In the boom, she revealed that she didn’t lose her virginity till she was with Weiner at 32 years old.

“I had my heart broken, dragged out, stomped on, humiliated,” she told The Cut in a 2021 interview before the release of her memoir.

“In hindsight, I was in extreme trauma.

“I lived with shame, in shame, for so long.”

Abedin told The Cut that the memoir was the idea of longtime Vogue editor Anna Wintour.

She added that the famously icy editor was one of her strongest sources of comfort.

She was previously rumored to be dating Hollywood actor Bradley Cooper for a short spell in 2022.

The Soros heir, on his part, was known as a rich kid who threw lavish parties before shedding his playboy image.

His ascent to the head of George’s Open Society Foundations (OSF) was seen as something of a shock decision.

The move saw Alex Soros usurp his older brother Jonathan in a corporate battle.

But ahead of the June 2023 announcement, Soros had slowly been working on transforming his image from that of a playboy to a political power player.

He swapped celebrity parties for pow-wows with people of serious influence, including Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, and Joe Biden.

When he was named as his father’s successor, he vowed that he would use 93-year-old George’s fortune to finance radical progressive causes – including abortion rights and gender equality.

Alex Soros warned the Wall Street Journal that he was “more political” than his father and planned to reflect that in his business dealings.

He launched the Alexander Soros Foundation in 2012 with the stated mission of promoting far-left social justice, the globalist green agenda, and human rights.

It has given millions of dollars to causes including the climate agenda.

READ MORE – Soros Warns WEF: Allowing Trump’s Re-Election Will Destroy ‘Trust in Democracy’

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