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Officially confirmed news is with the date, but earlier the former president arrived in the tiny New York town of Rhinebeck, confirming the long-suspected location of the Big Day.
As crowds of people and cameras followed him down the street, Mr Clinton said: "We’re all fine…We love it here… Chelsea loves the area as well." Thirty-year-old Chelsea is expected to marry her long term boyfriend investment banker Marc Mezvinsky at Astor Courts, a grand estate that is well protected from prying eyes and cameras.
A no fly zone in place over the area, road blocks as well, high security, are all part of the operation to keep the wedding as private as possible.
Mr Mezvinsky is Jewish and Chelsea is Methodist, leading to speculation it will be a multi-faith ceremony.
But one of the biggest questions is over the dress.
Chelsea has been photographed going in to the celebrity designer Vera Wang’s showroom, apparently for a fitting.
But her mother, secretary of state Hillary Clinton, was reportedly spotted going in to an Oscar de la Renta bridal shop, prompting speculation that he would be designer of choice for the big day.
Wedding consultant Liz Sellasie told Sky News: "In America we don’t have royals, so these families, the Clintons and the Kennedys… they are our equivalent. Chelsea is our Princess Diana."
With a price tag of an estimated two to three million dollars, some are saying there will be anything up to 500 guests attending the evening ceremony.
Steven Spielberg and Barbra Streisand are rumoured to be going.
But President Barack Obama and his family have not been invited. Speaking on ABC’s "The View" he said: "I think Hillary and Bill properly want to keep this as a thing for Chelsea and her soon-to-be husband."
Interest in the event is so intense, the American media have variously referred to it as the wedding of the year, decade, or even century.
Chelsea may be considered royalty but unlike many royal weddings, there will not be any coverage of the actual event.
Curious fans will just have to wait to see what pictures, if any, the Clintons decide to release.