Bill Weld Wife – Leslie Marshall writer Biography
Leslie Marshall writer wiki
Leslie Marshall Weld was born on October 25th, 1953 in Washington, D.C., United States. She is an American journalist, magazine editor, and novelist. She is also the wife to Bill Weld, the former Governor of Massachusetts.
|Leslie Marshall Born||She was born on October 25th, 1953 (age 65 years), Washington, D.C., United States|
|Leslie Marshall Husband||William F. Weld | Bill Weld (m. 2003)|
|Leslie Marshall Books||A Girl Could Stand Up|
Leslie Marshall Biography
Marshall was born in Washington, D.C. and attended the National Cathedral School. She completed a bachelor of arts at Bryn Mawr College.
Leslie Marshall Career
Marshall has worked as a magazine writer and novelist. She previously worked as a reporter for The Washington Post. Marshall has written for Real Simple, and O, The Oprah Magazine. She was a contributing editor for InStyle.
Marshall is the author of the 2004 novel, A Girl Could Stand Up.
Leslie Marshall 1st Marriage to Husband, Dominic Bradlee, and Children
Marshall is the mother of three children, twins Josephine and Beatrice, and son Marshall, from her first marriage to Dominic “Dino” Bradlee, son of Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee. They divorced in 1998.
Leslie Marshall Marriage to Bill Weld
On June 14rh, 2003, Marshall married Bill Weld, the former Governor of Massachusetts, a longtime friend and neighbor, on the lawn of their beach house in Bellport, New York. The newlyweds, with Marshall’s 12-year-old twin girls and 9-year-old son, lived in an apartment on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, in her summer house on the Beaver Kill river and his summer house near the Ausable Club in the Adirondacks. During their marriage, Weld ran, unsuccessfully, for Governor of New York on the Republican ticket, and for Vice President of the United States on the Libertarian ticket. Marshall campaigned with and for her husband in both races.
In 2006, Marshall and Maggie Brooks were co-chairwomen of the “Women for Weld” initiative. In contrast to Susan Roosevelt Weld, Marshall “embraces” political life.
On February 15th, 2019, Weld announced that he had formed an exploratory committee to explore a bid for President in 2020 as a Republican.