Paris Hilton wants to feel like a ''Disney Princess'' on her wedding day.
The 37-year-old socialite is set to tie the knot this year with fiancé Chris Zylka and although they are yet to set a date and finalise the details of the nuptials, she knows she wants an extravagant dress which will be inspired by Disney's beloved animated characters, who include Ariel from 'The Little Mermaid', Belle from 'Beauty and the Beast' and Rapunzel from 'Tangled'.
Speaking to People magazine, she said: ''It's a lot of planning to do.
''Right now, we are just trying to figure out a date and a location and my dress. I definitely want it to be very magical. I love Disney princess vibes.''
The blonde beauty has shown her love for fairy-tale romance in the past, once sharing a photo of her and Chris transformed into Disney cartoons on her Instagram and she dressed up as Princess Jasmine from 'Aladdin' for Halloween.
Paris revealed her wedding day will feature lots of outfit changes and her designer friends have been helping her with preparations.
She said: ''I love outfit changes. I have so many amazing designer friends who are sending me all these designs, so there's going to be a few outfit changes for sure.''
'Leftovers' star Chris proposed to Paris over New Year's weekend at the end of 2017 during a romantic ski trip to Aspen with a 20-carat diamond ring reputedly worth $2 million.
Although he organised a memorable proposal, Paris will be taking control of ''everything'' leading up to the wedding leaving Chris to support her from the sidelines.
She said: ''He lets me plan everything. He's always there. He is so supportive and so amazing, but he knows that I like to pick out everything. It's the bride's day.''
And Paris admitted she is still waiting on an RSVP from long-time pals Nicole Richie - who she starred with in the reality TV series 'The Simple Life' - and Britney Spears, but she won't be having a low-key wedding as she has plans to invite all her famous friends.
She said: ''All my girls will be invited.''
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