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Liz Hurley's Indian Wedding to Feature Top Chefs, Animals and Generators

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October 23, 2006 at 9:50 AM | by | ()

India continues to be the hotspot thanks to Brangelina's recent travels there. Arriving to the curry-country now is Liz Hurley who is set to wed millionaire Arun Nayar (who is half-Indian) there in a Valentine's day wedding.

As if stars like Hugh Grant, Posh and Becks, Sir Elton John, and Pamela Anderson weren't entertainment enough, the wedding will also include camels and elephants because, well, because they can. The ceremony and honeymoon suite will be in the Devigarh Hotel which is more like a principality than a resort. But that doesn't mean the hotel is good enough for Hurley. Nope, she still has to supplement more luxury:

Not content with the hotel's first class reputation for cuisine, she allegedly plans to fly out three specially hired Michelin starred chefs from London to create a series of menus for the wedding. And wary of the notoriously erratic local electricity supply, she is said to have ordered that 'silent generators' be transported from the Indian capital New Delhi - a 14-hour drive away - to ensure the party is not disturbed by Devigarh's own generators, which make a barely audible groan when they re-boot.

We find the need for additional chefs a little curious seeing as the only person who will really be eating at this celebration will most likely be Sir Elton.

Hotels in the area are said to be looking forward to the multi-million dollar deals coming in due to the pre-party and the celebration. We wish them all the best, what with Pam Anderson and Hugh Grant, camels and elephants all under the same roof.

Related Stories:
· Two weddings and an elephant [Khaleej Times]
· Deogarh Madaria Reviews [TripAdvisor]

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