Nicky Hilton and James Rothschild got married. The pair enjoyed an extravagant and elegant wedding ceremony. Nicky was extremely beautiful in a custom made wedding dress, while her famous sister, Paris served as a bridesmaid.
So, Nicky looked gorgeous in her unique wedding dress, being photographed on the way to the Kensington Palace, where the ceremony took place. The event, attended by numerous famous people, was celebrated at Kensington Gardens, being an elegant and romantic wedding. Among the famous people who attended the party were Chelsea Clinton and her husband Marc Mezvinsky, as well as Julia Koch, Dennis Basso, Anna Hearst and Kate Blackstone.
Some of the Hilton family aristocratic friends also attended the wedding. Princess Charlotte’s godfather Thomas van Straubenzee, Crown Princess Pavlos and Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece were spotted at the event. Nicky stood up to the elegancy of the event with her amazing wedding dress. The star worn a couture Valentino lace gown with a long veil.
The Valentino dress was no surprise, as Nicky previously said that she always knew who was going to create her dress. “I’ve wanted this designer to design my wedding dress since I was a little girl, so the fact that it’s happening and they’re making me a custom couture dress is just very exciting. I was shown about 15 sketches and then came back for another round, and we narrowed it down to three and then clicked in on the one,” she previously said.
Nicky was spotted leaving for the happy event along with her father, Rick Hilton. Paris was also by her sister’s side, the star wearing a beautiful blue bridesmaid’s gown, along with her mother Kathy. Paris was very happy and proud of her sister. She took to social media to congratulate the pair. “So happy that my sister found the man of her dreams. They make the perfect couple! So excited for their wedding today!” her message said.
Well, there is no wonder that the two had such a spectacular wedding. The Hiltons are said to be worth more than $2 billion, while the groom is the heir of a British banking empire estimated at $18 billion.