Only members of the British royal family are allowed to tie the knot in the churches, but Hilton has her heart set on a fairy tale ceremony and has sent a begging letter to Buckingham Palace.
She says, "I've always wanted to be a princess on my big day and only a wedding in England could make that happen.
"I've got my heart set on a ceremony at St Paul's or Westminster but I've had to write to the Prince to ask for a dispensation because I don't qualify. I really want to get married at Christmas though as I'd love to have snow and log snow and log fires, so Windsor is a cool back-up.
"Prince Charles got married there so it's good enough for me. I'm going to arrive in a horse and carriage.
"There'll be roasted chestnuts and carol singers. Really traditional stuff.
"I'll be having parties in Miami and Los Angeles to celebrate the big event. There'll be a month of partying.
"But the actual event is going to have a royal theme and London is the only place to do that. I'm the closest thing to American royalty anyway.
"It's fitting really as the Queen is married to a Greek (Prince Philip was born in Greece) and so will I be."30/06/2005 01:50
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