Paris Hilton (40), who announced her engagement with Carter Rium (40) in February 2021, enjoys the “Bachelorette Party” before marriage. It was a gorgeous party befitting the name of the original party girl, and overwhelmed the world.
Held in Las Vegas
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Las Vegas was chosen by Paris as the venue for the bachelorette party. Of course, the trip was a private jet to Resorts World Las Vegas, a huge hotel that just opened in June this year with friends, including sister Nicky Hilton (38) and Carter’s sister.
At the entertainment complex in the hotel, the appearance of flirting at the art museum and zip line utilizing technology is exhibited.
After enjoying dinner on the terrace adjacent to the private pool decorated with the acronym “P & C” for Paris & Carter, head to the hotel’s club facility “Zook Night Club”. Paris wears a pink outfit, a sash with “Bride to Be” written on it, and sunglasses with “BRIDE” written on it. It seems that you enjoyed the last night out of bachelorette party in a style full of bachelorette parties.
From the next day onward, it seems that celebrity-like gorgeous productions were performed one after another, such as a video celebrating the engagement between Paris and Carter on the hotel screen and a huge cake appearing.
For drinks served during the party, there is a package made just for this day. In addition to the picture of Paris and the logo of the bachelorette party, “ON CLOUD WINE” and “DRUNK IN LOVE ROSE” are written, and the name of the drink makes you feel like you are now. She also showed off her sense of hanging on. As expected, the discerning production that seems to be Paris without compromising on the party!
Paris and Carter started dating in 2019 and announced their engagement on February 14, this year, Paris’ 40th birthday. Already preparing for the wedding, Paris revealed in a television show in August that the ceremony would last for three days and that she would make nine dress changes.
The content of the ceremony will be aired on Paris’ new reality show “Paris In Love,” which will be distributed on the streaming service Peacock. I can’t wait for the wedding ceremony of Paris, which is about to become a wedding of the century!