Paris Hilton got married to fiancé Carter Reum on Saturday in an extravagant ceremony at a private house in Los Angeles. Paris Hilton and Carter Reum got married on Friday as per USA time.
Hilton shared a photo of herself posing behind her veil in her first Instagram post as a wife on Friday morning, giving fans a glimpse of her wedding gown, which had floral appliqué.
The caption said, “
Episode 1 of #ParisInLove is now streaming on @PeacockTV! 💕👰🏼♀️💍💒 I grew up reading fairytales and dreaming of my “happily ever after.” ⭐️ Now that I’ve finally found mine, I can’t wait to share it with you for the rest of our lives. You’re the first man I’ve opened my heart to and shown who the “Real” Paris is. I’m so excited to share our most beautiful love story. 💫 11/11 will always be the most important day in my heart. ❤️ #JustMarried#ForeverHiltonReumView all 540 commentschristinalaura@beccpower yassslilian_igboji15 Congratulations ❤️“.
Nicky Hilton, the bride’s younger sister who is married to British banking heir James Rothschild, led the congratulations messages on the post with a string of white hearts.
Meghan Trainor, a singer, responded: “The most stunning wedding ever!! had the nicest time!” with a string of heart emojis, while actress Elle Fanning tweeted: “Congratulations, gorgeous bride.”
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In February of this year, Hilton announced her engagement to Reum, a 40-year-old venture capitalist.
“You don’t just know when you’ve found your soulmate. You can feel it, “At the time, the 40-year-old socialite said besides an Instagram image of the beach proposal. “There’s no one I’d prefer spend the rest of my life with.”
Hilton was previously engaged to model Jason Shaw, shipping heir Paris Latsis, and actor Chris Zylka before marrying for the first time.
She told People last year that she and Reum had “amazing chemistry,” and that they hadn’t spent a single night apart since their first date.
The former reality star’s journey to marriage is chronicled in a new show called “Paris In Love,” which is currently available on NBC’s Peacock platform.