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PHOTOS: Rep. Anthony Weiner's Wife Huma Puts On A Brave Face Amid Sex Scandal


Jun. 9 2011, Published 4:44 a.m. ET

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By Neil Woulfe News Director

Hours after the bombshell news broke that she is pregnant, Huma Abedin -- the wife of disgraced New York Representative Anthony Weiner -- put on a brave face Thursday during a diplomatic mission in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates with her boss, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Abedin  -- who is reportedly ten weeks along – was noticeably still wearing her wedding ring, in spite of the growing sex scandal involving her husband.

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Abedin is in the midst of a diplomatic trip with Secretary Clinton to the Middle east and Africa. She was photographed Thursday with Abu Dhabi’s Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan during a meeting at the Emirates Palace Hotel.

Adding to the scandal: on Wednesday, a graphic photo – purportedly showing Weiner’s genitals – hit the web.

Two days earlier, Weiner had confessed that he had in fact tweeted a lewd photo of himself to a college student in Seattle, Washington, despite initially denying it.  He also admitted to having had “inappropriate” exchanges with six women, but he denied meeting any of the women.

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Since the scandal broke, a growing number of both Republicans and Democrats have called for his resignation; so far, he is refusing to step down.

Weiner, 46, represents the Queens/Brooklyn areas of New York. He and Abedin,34, married eleven months ago with President Bill Clinton officiating at the wedding.

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