Google co-founder sports Google Glass to brother-in-law's wedding

By Gillian West | Social media manager

July 17, 2013 | 1 min read

Less than two weeks ago we had the first fight and arrests captured by Google Glass, now the flipside – the first wedding.

Last Friday Google co-founder Larry Page attended the wedding of his brother-in-law McLain Southworth to Yasemin Denari casually sporting the high-tech device.

Page was reported to be “fiddling with the eye-piece as the ceremony took place” - taking pictures we assume and hopefully not reading the headlines on the built-in New York Times app.

We hope the bride wasn’t too put out by the Page’s eyewear which “attracted plenty of attention from wedding guests”.

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