Paris Hilton Gets Married To Boyfriend Carter Reum In A Fairytale Wedding Ceremony, Says 'My Forever Begins Today'

Paris Hilton and Carter Reum made their relationship official in 2020.

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Paris Hilton Gets Married To Boyfriend Carter Reum In A Fairytale Wedding Ceremony, Says 'My Forever Begins Today'
Paris Hilton tied the knot with her boyfriend Carter Reum. The couple has known each other for years as the rumours of them dating began in 2019.

Taking to Instagram, the socialite shared the first photo from her grand wedding and wrote, "My forever begins today". As per E!, Paris and Carter got hitched at her late grandfather Barron's Bel Air estate after getting engaged in February.

The bride, Paris Hilton wore a white Oscar de la Renta gown with floral motifs. It was reportedly one of the many outfit changes that occurred during the wedding celebration. The dreamy wedding outfits were one of the most elegant factors of the fairy tale wedding. 



Paris had earlier revealed on The Tonight Show that there would be "lots" of outfit changes during the three-day celebration. "Lots of dresses. Probably 10. I love outfit changes," she had said. 

Hilton and Reum made their relationship official in 2020, as the former took to Instagram to celebrate her first anniversary while dating. Earlier this year, Reum disguised a proposal to Hilton in a photoshoot. Paris took to her social media again to share the magical moment.

Paris Hilton reportedly documented her wedding for a series on Peacock TV. 

The guest list reportedly included Emma Roberts, Evan Ross, Kim Kardashian and Bebe Rexha. Also in attendance was Real Housewives star and Paris Hilton's aunt, Kyle Richards Umansky.


Paris Hilton's bridesmaids were Halle Hammond, Tessa Grafin von Walderdorff (who is the wife of Paris' brother Barron Hilton II), aunt Kim Richard's daughter Whitney Davis, and Kyle Richards' daughter Farrah. 

Carter Reum proposed to Paris with a custom Jean Dousset diamond ring in February. 



Image Source: Instagram/parishilton