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Peggy Post

Current Home: Fairfield County, United States of America

Peggy Post, Emily Post's great-granddaughter-in-law, is today's leading authority on etiquette and the author of a dozen books. She is well-acquainted with the dilemmas faced by today's brides, grooms, families, and wedding guests. She's spoken to millions—at wedding events across the country, in responding to thousands of wedding-related e-mails that come into www.emilypost.com, and as the wedding etiquette expert for "InStyle Weddings" magazine and WeddingChannel.com. Peggy also pens monthly columns in "Good Housekeeping" and "Parents" magazines. She conducts hundreds of speeches and m