Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 25 May 2016

Nicky Hilton ‘engaged’

Published 12/08/2014

James Rothschild and Nicky Hilton
James Rothschild and Nicky Hilton

Nicky Hilton is now betrothed to banking heir James Rothschild, according to new reports.

The 30-year-old hotel heiress began dating the banking heir in 2011 after they met in Italy while attending model Petra Ecclestone’s wedding to James Stunt.

And apparently the fashion designer accepted James’ proposal while they celebrated their relationship with a quick getaway a few days ago.

"They went on a romantic anniversary trip over the weekend. He took her out on a boat into the middle of Lake Como and he proposed, got down on one knee and everything. It was incredibly romantic and beautiful,” an insider told Us Weekly.

It is claimed the pair are over the moon about tying the knot.

James supposedly put in a lot of effort into making his proposal to Nicky absolutely perfect.

“Last month, he actually flew from England [where he is based] to the States to ask her parents for her hand in marriage!" the source said. “They are both really excited and incredibly happy.”

It appears the pair are celebrating being betrothed by travelling together on a romantic adventure.

Nicky and James have already toured Rome, Milan and Lake Como in Italy on their journey.

“They are going on a road trip now throughout Europe and celebrating,” the insider said.

Paris Hilton’s younger sister Nicky was married once before, as she tied the knot with businessman Todd Andrew Meister at the Las Vegas Wedding Chapel in Nevada 10 years ago. The marriage was annulled three months later, with the former couple claiming they eloped on a whim.

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