Amateur actress and marriage-wrecker Elizabeth Hurley and love-cheat Count Arun von Nayar have tied the knot for the second time in a fortnight.
The couple married at the Umaid Bhawan Palace. The palace, owned by the Maharaja of Jodhpur, was chosen for its unpretentiousness. A discrete building, which can barely be seen from space, its construction began in 1929 and ended in 1944. It was erected by Multiplex, the same group responsible for building Wembley Stadium.
The ceremony attracted guests as distinguished as Prince Nikolaos of Greece, industrialist Gautam Singhania, and funnyman Joe Pasquale.
The Count arrived at the palace riding a white swan, a present from his former wife, Italian model Valentina Pedroni. She is said to be still very upset at having her husband stolen from her. Before the wedding she told The Spoof: "That Liz is a bitch. She want only to be in papers. That why she take away my husband. She want only fame. She will do anything for that. At wedding, she will do nipple-slip. You just watch."
Ms Hurley arrived on a unicycle, given to her by friend and clown, Krusty.
Count von Nayar was born in Germany and England in 1964 to a Punjabi father and German mother. He speaks seventy-four languages, including Welsh and Vulcan.
Elizabeth Hurley was born in Hampshire, England in 1965 to her parents. She is a successful model. And an actress.
The couple plan to marry for a third time later this year in Germany.