Ricky Van Veen marries Chelsea Clinton’s business partner

Allison Williams’ multimillionaire ex-husband, Ricky Van Veen, has wed again — to Chelsea Clinton’s business partner Caroline Kassie, Page Six has exclusively learned.

The couple tied the knot Sunday, with the groom’s pals Andy Cohen and John Mayer among those in attendance at the intimate outdoor wedding.

Wearing a suit, Van Veen, 40, was seen stepping on a glass, a common custom of Jewish weddings, as guests shouted, “Mazel tov!” in a video posted online by a family member.

He then kissed his new bride, who wore an elegant gown and had her hair pinned back, before they walked down the aisle together wreathed in smiles.

Cohen, 53, shared a photo to Instagram with Mayer, 43, at the ceremony, teasing his singer-songwriter pal’s forthcoming album with the caption, “Sob Rock is wedding rock.”

Van Veen made a fortune after co-founding comedy brand CollegeHumor and the video platform Vimeo.

He is now the head of global creative strategy at Facebook.

Kassie, for her part, is a managing partner and general counsel at Metrodora Ventures, a venture capital firm she recently launched alongside Clinton.

Kassie and the former first daughter, 41, have already given their backing to companies including Alula, a new online hub of cancer resources.

Kassie is also a fierce mental health advocate and founded The Dialogue Projects, a social enterprise dedicated to removing stigma from mental illness and funding mental health organizations.

Allison Williams and Ricky Van Veen attend 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Radhika Jones - Arrivals at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on March 4, 2018 in Beverly Hills.
Van Veen was previously married to Allison Williams (seen here in 2018).
Patrick McMullan via Getty Image

Van Veen was previously married to “Girls” star Williams, 33. They split in June 2019 after nearly four years.

In a statement at the time, they told Page Six: “With mutual love and respect, we have made the decision to separate as a couple. We are grateful for the friendship we have and will continue to have.”

A source later told us: “Allison really is Type A, a real go-getter, while Ricky is far more relaxed and laid-back. Things just haven’t been going well recently.”

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