Paris Hilton Wants To Have Not One, Not Two, But Three Weddings

by Katherine Callaghan

News broke of Paris Hilton’s engagement to Chris Zylka early last week, and we were instantly in awe over her $2 million, 20-carat pear-shaped diamond ring. Hilton and Zylka were spotted together for the first time since their engagement at HBO’s Golden Globes after-party and she gushed about her new rock. “I love it. It’s the most beautiful ring I have ever seen in my life,” she told Extra‘s Mark Wright.  Like any newly engaged couple, the couple is busily brainstorming their dream wedding, and when Wright asked about their upcoming nuptials, in true Paris Hilton fashion, she said she wants to have “a couple” of weddings.” In other words, three weddings.

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“I feel like I want to do a couple (weddings)… For my 21st birthday, I had five parties, so maybe for the wedding I will have a European one, an American one, one for everyone around the world,”  Hilton said of the couple’s possible wedding plans.

When speaking to Wright at the afterparty, Zylka expressed his love towards his future wife. “She’s my best friend, she is the most gorgeous thing on the planet as you can see, and she is one of the strongest women that I know,” Zylka says. Hilton also added touching words about her new fiancé. “He is my everything, he is my other half. I have never felt so safe or protected or with someone so loyal or dedicated in my life, and we just tell each other that every day it’s just amazing… I have my whole life planned out, and I can’t wait to start a family and start the next chapter of my life,” Hilton says (Extra).

The couple said they are hoping to wed “soon.”  “We are going to have dinner with her parents and figure everything out,” Chris says.

Before Zylka even popped the question, Hilton and Zylka were already thinking about their future together. Hilton spoke to US Weekly in early November about the couple’s future together and she said: “I grew up in a family of four, so I definitely don’t want only one,” said Hilton. “Two or three, I’d be happy with two but three would be amazing.”