Nicky Hilton & James Rothschild Might Marry At Kensington Palace, Because The Hilton Family Is Apparently Royalty

If you thought it was major news that Nicky Hilton is marrying James Rothschild, well you haven't heard anything yet. According to Page Six, Nicky Hilton is getting married at Kensington Palace. That's right, Hilton and Rothschild are reportedly tying the knot at Prince William and Kate Middleton's home in London on July 10. If true, this is major news. Who wouldn't want to get married at William and Kate's humble abode? Also, does this mean the Hilton family is considered royalty? I have no doubt that Paris Hilton probably thinks she's the queen of many things.

Anyways, Page Six reports that the younger Hilton sister's wedding will take place at the Orangery, a dining area within Kensington Gardens located next door to William and Kate's home that is used for weddings and receptions. This special venue was built in 1704 for Queen Anne and her orange trees.

It sure seems like the Hiltons are taking the phrase "go big or go home" seriously. What other family would rent out a venue next to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's house? For those wondering if William and Kate will attend, probably not seeing as I'm sure they have more important matters to attend to — like Prince George and Princess Charlotte. With that said, their attendance has not been confirmed or denied.

Let's hope Hilton and Rothschild share a lot of photos, even though that would be sort of out of character for them. After all, who doesn't want to see their "royal" wedding album?