He’s a finance guy — a partner in Washington investment firm Revolution Growth, whose heavy-hitters include AOL founder Steve Case and Capitols owner Ted Leonsis.
The prospective bride and groom, now both 30, were set in 2013 up by a mutual friend, Lynn de Rothschild, a major Huntsman political backer, whose son was a college friend of Morgan’s.
Mary Anne Huntsman, though, says she was used to dating musicians and actors and was skeptical about this straight-laced businessman. “He was completely boring to me,” she said. “I mean, I grew up around that, and I never thought I’d end up with a guy like that.”
The first two dates were less than sizzling, she recalls — he wore gym clothes for the first and was three hours late for the second — but she surprised herself by giving him another chance. “I joke that the third time was a charm,” she says. “I was just at a time in my life when I was ready to be with someone normal.”
The requisite meet-the-family rituals were a success, and Huntsman, who was raised Mormon, plans to convert to Judaism after the Oct. 17 wedding in Montana. The couple plans to make Washington their home base.
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