Wednesday, 20 October 2010

Here comes the bride... with a coat over her head! Katy Perry hides beside Russell Brand after landing in India for the wedding

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By DAILY MAIL REPORTER

Here comes the bride: but Katy Perry was camera shy as she and fiance Russell Brand arrived in India


You'd have thought Russell Brand and Katy Perry would have looked a bit more cheerful, given that the happiest day of their lives is just round the corner.

But the couple - who are due to tie the knot on Saturday - were in no mood to smile as they landed in Japiur, India, where their nuptials are taking place.

While Russell wheeled their luggage through Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Katy disappeared under her coat.

The singer appeared to be similarly camera shy when they set off from Heathrow Airport yesterday.

Although Katy - dressed black trousers and boots kept her coat on at Heathrow, she still tried her best to maintain a low profile.

Meanwhile Russell - wearing a brown leather coat and big sunglasses - looked uncharacteristically serious.


Uncovered: The singer dropped her disguise as she and Russell went through Indian customs


Fans will be puzzled by their appearances as the couple have seemed nothing but totally head over heels ever since their relationship got under way.

And they couldn't be going anywhere more romantic. The wedding will be taking place at the same hotel - the luxurious Rambagh Palace - where Russell popped the question on New Year's Eve.

The comedian proposed to the chart-topping singer just three months after they first met, in a romantic evening which included a private dinner and fireworks at midnight.


The happy couple arrived at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai, India


They will be joined by around 85 guests for the traditional Indian celebration, which began on Tuesday and is expected to last until the main event on Saturday.

These are expected to include Jonathan Ross and his wife Jane Goldman, Little Britain star David Walliams and his wife Lara Stone, and R&B singer Rihanna, who will be Katy's maid of honour.

Reports suggest there will be five different parties - including an outdoor event in the Rajasthan desert resort of Aman-i-Khas - in the run up to the big day.


Give us a smile: but Katy Perry and Russell Brand didn't seem in the mood as they jetted out to India
Guests will also have the chance to enjoy safaris in the adjacent Ranthambore National Park.


Katy is expected to have her hands decorated with henna tattoos in a traditional Indian pre-wedding ritual, while the ceremony itself will feature many traditional Hindu elements including Russell reportedly arriving on a white horse.


Plush: The Taj Rambagh Palace where Katy Perry and Russell Brand are understood to be getting married in Jaipur


The couple looked much happier at the premiere of Russell's film Get Him To The Greek earlier this year


However, he recently revealed that much of the wedding - which will also feature fireworks, a band and live music from hip-hop star P Diddy - will be no different to anybody else's nuptials.

'It will have a first dance, it will have all of them things, like anything else,' he said.

'It’s no more interesting or no less spectacular than any marriage of anybody, so it’s very beautiful and incredible and wonderful, but it’s also utterly mundane.’

Katy, meanwhile, has reportedly been getting stressed ahead of her big day.
The singer reportedly started smoking to cope with the pressures of her forthcoming nuptials.

And recently she appeared to have suffered a recurrence of the acne she has admitted to breaking out in when she is stressed.

Katy also recently spoke of her desire for a small wedding with only a small number of guests - which the couple are having, despite their lavish setting.

'I always have a ton of people around me, and I think the people that are going to share this moment are the ones we want to integrate into each other's lives,' she said.


source : dailymail
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