The big day is almost here, but it might not be so big at all.
As the wedding bells chime near for Katie Couric and her fiancé John Molner, the talk show host revealed one tiny detail about the evening to the Hollywood Reporter.
"It will just be a small dinner in New York," she said.
The couple got engaged in September after nearly two years of dating. Molner, head of mergers and acquisitions at Brown Brothers Harriman, proposed to Couric with a diamond ring in a beach sunset setting over Labor Day weekend. Molner will soon become stepfather to Couric's two daughters, Ellie and Carrie. Couric's first husband, Jay Monahan, passed away in 1998 from colon cancer.
The wedding will be a "small" event to top a rather big year for Couric, as she made a stunning announcement in November that she would leave ABC News to start a new partnership with Yahoo. Couric made her debut as the website's "Global Anchor" in early January following news that she would not be continuing her daytime talkshow "Katie" for a third season.
(h/t: The Hollywood Reporter)