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Video | France's first gay newlyweds, Bruno Boileau and Vincent Autin, say 'oui' and share lengthy kiss

BY THOMAS ADAMSON AND CATHERINE GASHKA, ASSOCIATED PRESS

MONTPELLIER, France -- France's first gay couple to marry have said "oui" in a politically charged ceremony in the southern city of Montpellier. The two men sealed the deal with a lengthy smooch.

Hundreds of invited guests, including a government minister, gathered for the wedding of Bruno Boileau and Vincent Autin, which was broadcast live to the country. Hundreds more flocked to the square outside the building.

Montpellier Mayor Helene Mandroux, who officiated, called the law that legalized gay marriage "a stage in the modernization of our country."

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