All the details and last minute changes of the Paris Hilton wedding



There have been three occasions on which Paris Hilton has been able to go through the altar, however, it has not been until now that the famous 40-year-old heiress has decided to take this big step. After “turning down” the marriage proposals of Jason Shaw in 2002, Paris Latsis in 2005 and Chris Zylka in 2018, the socialite got engaged on February 17 with businessman Carter Reum, who placed in his hand an impressive emerald-cut diamond inspired by the glass ceiling of the Grand Palais designed by Jean Dousset, the grandson of Louis Cartier, valued at more than one million euros. “When you find your soulmate, you not only know it, you feel it,” wrote Paris, making their commitment known.


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Now, nine months after that unforgettable moment, the couple is already preparing to his big day, 11/11/2021 or rather for his three big days, since the celebration is expected to last in time, despite the fact that Paris has decided to change the place of the ceremony at the last hourto. The heiress who had planned to say ‘yes I do’ at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Beverly Hills will now marry on the Bel-Air estate of her late grandfather, hotelier and philanthropist, Barron Hilton. “It changed about a week ago. It has changed location several times. Originally, they were going to get married in the church, but finally they decided to do it on the family farm “, one of the guests exclusively announced to the web Page Six. To guarantee maximum privacy, the invitations sent in October did not reveal any location and the new ones that were sent this past November 3 do not indicate any address, as explained by said source.


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The sprawling Bel-Air mansion of the late Paris grandfather measures 4,600 square meters and was owned by the hotel magnate for 60 years before it was sold to former Google CEO Eric Schmidt last May. The entire link, as well as the previous preparations will be filmed for a new reality show of the heiress, Paris in love, which can be seen on Peacock, an American streaming service that will not arrive in Spain until at least 2022.


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As revealed by one of Paris’s best friends, the entrepreneur and beauty blogger, Tina Cheng Craig, the heiress will wear eleven dresses in honor of the chosen day, 11/11. In addition, numerous American media have ventured to point out that the one chosen to walk down the aisle will be one of Valentino Haute Couture, as did his sister, Nicky at her wedding to James Rothschild in 2015. During these three days of celebrations there will be a Carnival-themed party on the Santa Monica Pier and an out-of-town dinner as well, as Paris’s mother Kathy Hilton accidentally revealed last September.


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Despite the fact that the DJ and her fiancé, Carter Reum, have known each other for 15 years, it was not until last 2019 during a Thanksgiving celebration that their eyes met. “From the moment we looked into each other’s eyes, I knew there was something special about you. I will always be so grateful that I went to the Hamptons for Thanksgiving. I know this all happened for a reason. I love everything about you and everything you’ve done for me. You have changed my life in many ways and have made me the woman I was always meant to be. And I have never felt happier or more alive, “wrote Paris after the crush emerged. “We had incredible chemistry. Since our first date we haven’t spent a night apart. It’s quite surprising ”, confessed the heiress in an interview with People last September, where he talked about how the days of confinement had made them inseparable. “This is the first time that I have been forced not to travel and stay at home,” said Hilton, who spent more than seven months away from home between bowling and events.



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All the details and last minute changes of the Paris Hilton wedding