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Billionaire Zuckerberg and wife enjoy McDonald's on honeymoon

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Maybe they are setting an example for investors who took a bath on Facebook's IPO.

Mark Zuckerberg and bride Priscilla Chan enjoyed a romantic repast on their honeymoon -- McDonald's to go in Rome.

The 28-year-old billionaire and Chan, 27, were seen Sunday chowing down on the cheap at the Eternal City's Mignanelli Steps near Piazza Spagna.

Meanwhile, the two were filmed, apparently randomly, on a visit to Shanghai last March for a propaganda documentary extolling Chinese cops.

Zuckerberg, in a brown hoodie, and Chan, in a sun dress, can be seen strolling behind two uniformed officers as a narrator boasts of the force's technological sophistication.

The couple tied the knot on May 19 in front of less than 100 guests at their Palo Alto, Calif., home, just one day after Facebook went public.

The tech pioneer, not surprisingly, broke the news of the nuptials on Facebook by adding to his timeline, "Married Priscilla Chan."

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