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Lindsay Hubbard Shares What to Expect at Her & Carl Radke’s Upcoming Wedding
The Summer House cast member detailed her and Carl’s “nonnegotiables” for their special day.
After getting engaged in August 2022, Lindsay Hubbard and Carl Radke are headed to the altar! During the April 17 episode of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Lindsay revealed more details about her and her hubby-to-be’s upcoming nuptials, including certain rules for the big day.
During the “Watch What Happens Five” segment, Lindsay shared the top five “nonnegotiables” for her wedding. In addition to warning guests not to post their wedding invitation on social media (like, as host Andy Cohen noted, Ramona Singer did last year after she received an invitation to Teresa Giudice’s wedding to Luis “Louie” Ruelas), Lindsay added that “no one else can wear white” since she’ll likely don the traditional dress color.
Moreover, Lindsay noted she didn’t want any “surprise speeches” on her wedding day. “People get drunk, they act out… We don’t need any surprise speeches!” she exclaimed.
Lindsay added that she and her beau also don’t want any “party crashers” or “uninvited guests” at the event. “It’s expensive enough to throw a wedding… We don’t need extras,” Lindsay shared.
“And then number one… No cat fights over the bouquet toss, because I’m giving it to Sam [Feher]!” Lindsay exclaimed for her final point, causing her Summer House castmate and fellow WWHL guest to smile, considering her growing relationship with Kory Keefer, who was sitting with Carl in the Clubhouse audience.
During the episode, Lindsay also chatted with Andy about her and Carl’s decision to rent their New York City apartment for $13,000 per month, which her castmates Paige DeSorbo, Gabby Prescod, Ciara Miller, and Sam discussed during that night’s episode of Summer House.
“Have you guys considered buying a place instead of renting?” Andy inquired.
“Yes, and we talked about this at the [Season 6] reunion,” Lindsay responded. “So the market was so extraordinarily awful last year, and we wanted to move in [together]. COVID prices, they shot down, and then they all of a sudden inflated. The market in New York has just been tough.”
“If you break $13,000 apart, it’s $6,500 a person, which is really only $200 more than what I was paying at my last apartment,” she continued. “OK, so it’s really not that crazy from my last apartment.”