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Liz Hurley to marry in India?

After speculations that the relationship between British actress Liz Hurley and Indian businessman Arun Nayar was on the rocks, the latest news is that the two are to wed in India. The actress has already flown her mother and son Damian to meet Nayar's parents in Mumbai.
PTI | By Nabanita Sircar, London
PUBLISHED ON NOV 06, 2004 12:56 PM IST

After speculations that the relationship between British actress Liz Hurley and  Indian businessman Arun Nayar was on the rocks, the latest news is that the two are to wed in India. The actress has already flown her mother and son Damian to meet Nayar's parents in Mumbai.

She is reportedly hosting two lavish parties for Nayar's 40th birthday. Now, friends are claiming the couple will tie the knot at one of those parties. The parties are scheduled for the weekend. While one will be on Friday the next one will follow the next day at the Lake Palace in Udaipur.

It is believed Liz has invited about 20 of her closest friends to the events. A source has been quoted in the Sunday Mirror saying: "Liz and Arun have gone to great lengths to keep everything under wraps. It looks like they could be tying the knot at one of the parties. Both bashes are going to be very lavish and very big. Some of Mumbai's top filmmakers are going also going to be there."

"Liz and Arun have been telling everyone they're very happy together and all their guests are going to have the best time ever at both parties."

The pair have been dating for 18 months. Allegedly the two have been looking for apartments in Mumbai, which has further fuelled speculation of their wedding.

Nayar's parents have also a new job at hand, they were babysitters of Hurley's son, Damian, while she travelled to Australia. According to reports, Hurley met Nayar's parents for the first time after two years in India. They got on so well, that she entrusted them with the care of Damian while she flew to Sydney for an Estee Lauder promotional tour.

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