Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonCornyn spox: Neera Tanden has 'no chance' of being confirmed as Biden's OMB pick Groups seek to get Black vote out for Democrats in Georgia runoffs Biden's political position is tougher than Trump's MORE was spotted in Udaipur, India, on Saturday with other guests attending celebrations ahead of the wedding for the daughter of India's wealthiest businessman.

Clinton arrived to attend pre-wedding celebrations for Isha Ambani, daughter of Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani, Reuters reports. The wedding ceremony is Wednesday in Mumbai.

The star-studded engagement ceremony was slated to include private concerts by singers Beyonce and John Legend, and is reportedly being referred to locally as “the big, fat Indian wedding.”


Clinton's husband, former President Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonOne-termers: What Trump can learn from Carter and Bush's re-election losses Biden's climate plans can cut emissions and also be good politics Trump says he'll leave White House if Biden declared winner of Electoral College MORE, did not attend Saturday's ceremonies but the two Clintons have a longstanding relationship with the Ambani family.

The former president held meetings in India with Mukesh's father in the early 2000s, according to Reuters, and Indian media reports indicate that the two Clintons have met with the Ambanis several times over the last two decades.

Isha Ambani, 27, is set to marry Anand Piramal, executive director of Piramal Group and founder of Piramal Realty.

The Ambanis and Hillary Clinton met earlier this year, according to Reuters, when Clinton was in the country to deliver a keynote address at a conference in Mumbai.

Clinton and her husband are currently in the midst of a 13-city book tour, billed as an experience of "stories and inspiring anecdotes that shaped their historic careers in public service, while also discussing issues of the day and looking toward the future."

Hillary Clinton has remained a vocal critic of the Trump administration since her electoral loss in 2016. In September, the former secretary of State released a new afterward for her campaign memoir, “What Happened,” sharply criticizing the Trump administration’s policies and saying that American democracy was “in crisis.”