Paris Hilton has changed her wedding venue just weeks before her big day.
The reality star heiress will marry fiance Carter Reum at her late grandfather Barron’s Bel-Air estate on Nov. 11, Page Six has exclusively learned.
“It changed about a week or so ago. It’s changed several times. Originally, they were going to get married in the church, but they switched it about a week or so ago,” an invited guest told Page Six.
Another Hilton insider confirmed the venue change and said “everything is being filmed” for her 13-episode Peacock docuseries, “Paris In Love,” that will start streaming on their wedding day.
“Hey bitches, look who’s getting married,” Hilton teases in a trailer for the show.
Paris Hilton and Carter Reum are filming their wedding for Hilton’s “Paris In Love” docuseries. Steven Bergman/AFF-USA.COM / MEG
Hilton’s wedding reception will still be held at the estate, as we exclusively reported in October, and new RSVPs went out on Wednesday, according to the first source.
“It’s a three-day event. New email invitations went out [Wednesday] to confirm attendance, but there still aren’t any addresses [listed]. They’re going to be filming to death,” the first source said.
Hilton and Reum dated for a year and got engaged in February. Hilton will reportedly wear a Valentino dress and the couple’s $60,000 wedding registry includes pricey items like a $1,000 crystal caviar server with a spoon and a $4,885 Baccarat vase, according to their Gearys registry.
In January, Hilton revealed she had been undergoing IVF treatments.
“He’s just my dream guy … [Carter is] 100 percent [the one],” she said on the “Trend Reporter” podcast at the time. “We talk about [planning a wedding] all the time and planning our baby’s names and all of that.”
A rep did not comment.