Paris Hilton will marry River Viiperi "soon." The 32-year-old heiress has been dating the 21-year-old model for eight months, but the pair are smitten with one another and the socialite thinks they will definitely tie the knot in the near future.
"It could happen soon... I trust him with my life and that means the world to me more than anything," she said when asked about plans to marry.
Paris - who was previously engaged to model Jason Shaw and shipping heir Paris Latsis - also admitted she is keen to start a family with river: "I can't wait to have little Parises." The former reality TV star has previously admitted she has curbed her partying ways and "grown up," so can't wait to settle down with River. "I'm staying out of trouble. I've grown up," she said recently.
Asked if she is ready to start a family, she said, "I think that's every woman's dream. I think that's the meaning of life to have children and have a family one day. I am so in love. I feel so lucky to have met him. He's one of the kindest, most loyal men I've ever met in my entire life, and he treats me like a princess. He's the most beautiful man I've ever seen in my life."
Jennifer Aniston allegedly doesn't want a prenuptial agreement.
Although the 44-year-old actress is worth an estimated $150 million, she is so sure about her relationship with fiance Justin Theroux that she hasn't asked the screenwriter to sign an agreement to protect her assets should they split. "Jen's absolutely adamant about not having a prenup. She told several friends, 'I'm choosing love, not money.' And people are just going to have to deal with it. It's a sweet and romantic thing to do but a number of friends are desperately worried her decision will come back to haunt her one day. No one doubts that this is a true love match and of all of the guys she's been with, everyone's confident he's a keeper. But to lay everything on the line for him seems an unnecessary risk," a source said.
However, Justin is trying to convince the Friends star to draw up a prenup because he doesn't want people to think he is just after her money. "Justin really wants a prenup because the last thing he wants is to be branded a gold-digger. He's got enough self-assurance to not feel intimidated by her fortune and he wants Jen to know that even if the marriage ends he will never take a dime from her. When he first brought it up she was blown away. But Justin has always made a point of paying his own way. Her engagement ring took a huge chunk of his fortune so she's 100 per cent sure he's not after her cash," the source added.
Adam Levine insists he will never get married - because he doesn't want to divorce. The Maroon 5 frontman is happy to never tie the knot because he doesn't think modern unions are capable of lasting forever.
"I'm doing pretty well. If you don't get married, you can't get divorced. Why couldn't we learn from the devastatingly low percentage of successful marriages that our last generation went through?" he told the latest issue of NYLON Guys magazine.
Despite his busy schedule, Adam - who is also a coach on reality show The Voice - insists he will never complain about his heavy workload as his success could disappear at any time: "It's a lot. But it might not be a lot someday. I don't like to complain. You have this moment. It doesn't last forever. You should probably try and enjoy it."
Russell Brand has joked about his "sacred" marriage to Katy Perry - insisting 14 months is long enough to be married.
The 37-year-old funnyman made his return to radio on British station XFM on Monday night, joined by special guest Noel Gallagher along with regular presenters Matt Morgan and Trevor Lock, and was surprised to learn the former Oasis rocker knew the exact length of his matrimony to the "California Gurls" singer.
After being told his friends made a bet on how long his wedded bliss would last, which caused Noel to erupt with laughter, Russell exclaimed, "Don't cackle, I tried my hardest. How come you know exactly how long my marriage was. Was you timing it?" Noel responded, "For the record, in the sweepstake I came the closest."
Russell then continued to give humorous marital advice, making gags about his relationship with Katy, with whom he tied the knot in a traditional Hindu ceremony in India in October 2010 and filed for divorce from in December 2011. "Thanks, nice to know you're all behind me, very supportive, nice to know you're all supporting me. Let me tell you a thing about marriage. Marriage is a bond that can last up to 14 months. This is a sacred 14-month arrangement. Begins on an elephant. Ends in a newspaper," he joked.
After witnessing her son's reaction to tabloid reports about her and her husband splitting, Tori Spelling has spoken out about the rumors circulating her marriage.
In the car ride home after seeing the gossip mags, Spelling wrote that her son Liam, 6, "was anxiously biting his lower lip and his big blue eyes were filled with tears. My heart sank. I've always had shots taken at me... But my children are another story. Keep them out of it!... I repeatedly told my children, 'Daddy and I are very happy and in love. There will be no divorce and all of us will remain together as a family.'"
The Oxygen reality star went on to write about the strength of her marriage:
"It's just sad that our actual happiness would probably be deemed boring... I can handle [the public scrutiny]. I always have. But don't do it to a man that has done nothing but loved me and our children. He has stood by me during the good times and held my hand through the darkest moments of my life."
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Jessica Biel "feels more secure" since marrying Justin Timberlake.
The Hitchcock star - who married the "Cry Me A River" singer, 32, in front of more than 100 close friends and family at the plush Borgo Egnazia resort in Puglia, Italy, last October - is willing to make bolder choices, especially when it comes to fashion, because she feels more confident now that they are married.
The 30-year-old actress's close friend and long-time stylist told People.com, "I definitely think any woman changes after [she gets] married. I feel like she feels more secure and safe on the planet having found her partner. It's not 'should I do this or should I do this?' It's like 'Okay, great!'"
Former 7th Heaven star Jessica recently opened up about being married to the "Suit & Tie" singer and admitted it feels amazing: "It feels like nothing's changed, and yet, everything's changed. It's like that intangible thing, you can't quite put your finger on it. But I guess the idea of having a sort-of partner in crime, and the word 'husband,' is pretty amazing."
Russell Brand wants to get married again. The Arthur actor says he is open to tying the knot for a second time even though his first marriage, to Katy Perry, ended in divorce after just 14 months.
"I suppose [I will get married again], if I meet the right man or woman," he told E! News.
Before marrying Katy in October 2010, Russell, 37, says he was so obsessed with sleeping around, it took over his life: "I was once so devoted to 'sh**ging' I would forget to eat. I was like those people in China who die because they're so into their Xbox they stop having dinner. I focus on other things now, like meditation and yoga. I spend more time meditating than having sex. Isn't that good? It was unthinkable five years ago. I think the quality of the sh**ging has improved, though. Yoga gives you an understanding of chakras and energy and how to umbrella the G-spot."
While he has been linked to a string of women since his marriage ended, Katy, 28, is in a serious relationship with singer John Mayer.
Ashley Judd and her estranged husband Dario Franchitti had a turbulent marriage.
The Dolphin Tale actress and the Scottish racing driver recently decided to end their 11-year union but according to friends, the split was not a huge shock. 'They can be having a drink or dinner and all of a sudden sparks will fly, and they will be fighting over something that was said in their group of friends. Then it would stop and everything was fine between them," a source told people.
However, some pals were surprised as they believed Ashley, 44, and Dario, 39, who got engaged in December 1999 and married in December 2001, at Skibo Castle, near Dornoch, Scotland, were happy together because she was always so supportive of his career. Another insider added, "When he was introduced, or got a good pole position she yelled and waved her hands in the air and was there to support him in a big way. He is not that outgoing but it seemed cute and like a nice thing for a high-profile actress to be so there for her husband."
Holly Madison wants to adjust to being a mom before she gets married.
The former girlfriend of Playboy mogul Hugh Hefner is expecting her first child with boyfriend Pasquale Rotella in March and says they want to get used to parenthood before tying the knot later this year.
Holly, 33, told People, "One thing at a time. We totally want to [get married], probably in late summer. We're going to wait until the baby comes and we get moved in to the house before I start planning any of that." Holly can't wait to become a mother and revealed she doesn't want to be a strict parent.
"It's hard to say because it's my first time. I don't want to be too strict because I think kids can get rebellious, but I hope to raise my daughter to be passionate about doing good things - about pursuing real things and real hobbies and not just frivolous material stuff," she said.
Jennifer Lopez is in no rush to marry Casper Smart.
Although the 43-year-old singer is deeply in love with her 25-year-old backing dancer, she says she is taking their relationship one day at a time. Speaking on CBS This Morning she said, "[Usually I'm like] Where is it going? Are we getting married? But now I'm like, maybe it's OK to just be in the moment. Maybe it's OK to enjoy this for right now. Who knows where it's going? There's love here. Relax."
Jennifer started dating Casper after her split from third husband Marc Anthony and the Parker actress admitted it has been difficult explaining the marriage breakdown to their four-year-old twins Max and Emme: "It wasn't until recently they started going, 'Where's Daddy?' And I'm like, 'I'm going to explain it to you when you're bigger because you're not going to understand it right now.' And they'll take that. And I said, 'But here's what I do know. Mommy and Max and Emme are always going to be there. Mommy's always going to be there. Mommy's not going anywhere.' And that comforts them a little."
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