Singer-and-actress, Hilary Duff who announced her engagement to ice hockey player Mike Comrie after a trip to Hawaii in February is going to marry this weekend. The dates and locations of Hilary Duff’s wedding revealed.
In Touch is reporting that Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie are planning to tie the knot this weekend at the San Ysidro Ranch in Santa Barbara, California. The couple chose the farm as a wedding venue where the late President John F. Kennedy and his wife, Jacqueline, spent their honeymoon. An insider said to the magazine that they chose the location because of ‘its sense of Old Hollywood glamour and romantic style’. The pro hockey player expressed his love with a $1 million engagement ring, and a source close to Mike tells In Touch, “No detail is going to be spared for their big day.”
According to the site, Hilary has been preparing for her big day by working out six days a week. “They’ve been doing it together,” said the friend. “Hilary’s just been toning up. It’s not about weight; it’s about feeling good. She wants to look amazing in her wedding pictures.”In addition to the exercise, the site mentioned that both the couples have also taken dance lessons with the help of instructor Lisa Goodman in order to prepare properly for their first dance. Hillary has been working with celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak and has also been taking Pilates classes in the Studio City.
As per the source, the wedding will be a very low-key affair and would be orchestrated by wedding planner Mindy Weiss. Mindy has planned some stars’ nuptials, including Gwen Stefani’s, Jessica Simpson’s and Adam Sandler’s. As per New York Post’s Page Six report, Comrie, 29, a Canadian NHL player threw his bachelor party on Tuesday night to celebrate his last few days of freedom as a not-so-single man. He was joined by seven friends at L.A. hot spot Trousdale, where a source says “they sat in a VIP booth drinking vodka. They had a great time, but Mike was pretty well behaved.”
Video of Hilary Duff Says Mike Comrie Would Get Married ‘Tomorrow’! from YouTube: