First Same-Sex Marriage in France

CNC reporting from PARIS
Added On May 30, 2013

France has embraced its first gay wedding on Wednesday, less than two weeks after President Francois Hollande signed the law on gay marriage and adoption.

Hundreds of invited guests including a government minister gathered for the moving ceremony Wednesday inside city hall in southern French city of Montpellier.

The first French gay couple, 40-year-old Vincent Aubin and Bruno Boileau in his 30s celebrate their wedding with French gays and lesbians as the harbor of gay love.

As the president has signed into law the legalization of same-sex marriage,France has become the world's 14th country to allow gay marriage.