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An English-American Wedding on Indian Soil

For some time now, the whole world knew that Kate Perry and Russell Brand wanted an “Indian” wedding. After all, the American pop star and her English comedian beau got engaged in Jaipur at the Taj Rambagh Palace Hotel on New Year’s Eve! Well, we got the news that the two are slated to get married this month in or perhaps around Delhi. Read on to find out more!

It has been reported that the two have planned a weeklong wedding extravaganza. Looks like their guests that include Rihanna, Noel Gallagher and Taylor Swift are in for typical 7-day big fat Indian wedding!

The wedding invite has apparently been sent out to guests who have been asked to keep aside a week in mid-October for the wedding celebrations. And, the invite reads: “Meet you in Delhi in October. Dates to follow. Please allow seven days for this event.”

In spite of Russell Brand’s claims that his wedding to Kate Perry will be a mundane affaire, we beg to differ! A 7-day wedding celebration! Suspense regarding the actual locations! Sounds anything but mundane to us! This has got to be one wedding we are dying to get the scoop on.

On a related note, the 35-year old British comedian slipped away from his stag party last week to gatecrash an Indian wedding reception in London! Maybe, he wanted to get a taste of India (being away from India) for one last time before he ties the knot!

Watch this space, for we will bring you more news about this very exciting English-American wedding!

Author: Candice | Posted on: October 13, 2010 at 8:32 pm | Posted under: Celebrity Weddings | Bookmark the permalink | Post a comment or leave a trackback: Trackback URL

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