Judge Judy Marries Grandson in Lavish Estate Wedding

Judge Judy, real name Judy Sheindlin, left, together with her judge husband Jerry Sheindlin, right, took charge at grandson Casey Barber's wedding to his bride Olivia on Saturday

Judge Judy, real name Judy Sheindlin, left, together with her judge husband Jerry Sheindlin, right, took charge at grandson Casey Barber’s wedding to his bride Olivia on Saturday

Judge Judy Officiates at Exclusive Wedding for Grandson

Judge Judy Sheindlin wasn’t just another adoring grandmother beaming from the sidelines when her grandson Casey Barber married in Connecticut over the weekend. Judge Judy actually officiated at the wedding of Barber and his fiancé Olivia which took place at the family’s lavish multi-acre Greenwich estate.

Sheindlin was joined in the nuptial ceremonies by her husband Jerry who is also a judge.

The couple, who first married in 1977 but divorced in 1990 before remarrying the next year, has a total of five children and 12 grandchildren. Judge Judy was outfitted in a very regal looking purple dress for the occasion.

Sheindlin, whose Judge Judy television show earns her more than $45 million annually, most likely footed the bill for the luxurious wedding and reception, where more than 150 guests in attendance were treated to a menu that included prime steaks and plenty of lobster.

It is rumored that grandson Barber and his new bride may take part of their honeymoon aboard Judge Judy’s luxurious “Triumphant Lady” yacht which cost her $16 million to purchase and which she keeps harbored in Florida, where the family also owns an multi-million penthouse condominium. Judge Judy’s show has been on the air since 1999.

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