By AP SALT LAKE CITY — Elizabeth Smart married her fiance Saturday at a Mormon temple in Hawaii, several months ahead of scheduled plans for the nuptials after news of her engagement last month drew widespread media attention.
By Kristin Boehm The Hawaiian wind in their hair, newlyweds Elizabeth Smart and Matthew Gilmour stepped out after tying the knot in a private ceremony there. The young couple wed Saturday "in one of her favorite places," her spokesman tells PEOPLE,
By Anonymous Elizabeth Smart got married on Saturday, according to a family spokesman. Smart, who was kidnapped and tortured for nine months about 10 years ago, moved up the wedding and married secretly because of the media attention her ceremony was
By Daily Mail Reporter Elizabeth Smart and her new husband Matthew Gilmour were spotted for the first time since their quickly-planned Saturday wedding in a Mormon temple in Hawaii. During their trip to a local grocery store on Monday,
Elizabeth Smart, who captured national attention when she was kidnapped as a 14-year-old in Salt Lake City, was married in Hawaii on Saturday in a private ceremony with only family and close friends in attendance, People magazine reports.