Man, Elizabeth Hurley gets married more often than Anna Nicole Smith!
At least in the former's case, it's all to the same guy. And she wasn't drugged to death by that sleazebag Howard K. Stern.
Anyway. While their honeymoon destination remains a mystery, one thing's for sure: Hurley and Arun Nayar are going to need it after a marathon run of weddings over the past week!
Friday marked the culmination of a week of celebration when the couple - who first married last week in England - participated in an exchange of garlands and Hindu ceremony to finalize the marriage in Nayar's native India.
After the ceremony in the city of Jodhpur, the couple were carried in an antique palanquin by bearers in traditional costume to diner on the ramparts of the Mehrangarh Fort.
According to wedding guest Alex Ionesco:
"It's been a long wedding [but] I'm right here to the end. It's been magical."
Last week, Elizabeth Hurley and new husband held civil and religious ceremonies in the English countryside, where the bride was given away by Elton John.
No, Hugh Grant was not there.
On Monday, the newlyweds - with the wedding party in tow - arrived in India for five further days of ceremony and celebration.
During the first segment of the India celebrations, the couple, who announced their engagement late last year, spent time in Mumbai, where they stayed at the luxurious Taj Hotel and attended bashes in their honor on Monday and Tuesday.
On Wednesday, they decamped to the city of Jodhpur in Rajasthan to continue the events. A game of cricket - Bride's vs. the Groom's teams -provided some casual fun before a grand party at the city's Umaid Bhawan Palace that evening where the guests included Elton John's partner David Furnish and the designer Tom Ford.
Sounds way more fun and less insane than the stupid TomKat wedding.
"It's the most beautiful wedding I've ever attended," Arti Surendranath, a film producer friend of Arun Nayar told People this week.
"Liz and Arun have really enjoyed themselves. They've been very relaxed because it's all gone so smoothly."