Sunday, July 08, 2007

Tony Parker and Eva Longoria got married


Yes, people, today Eva Longoria became Mrs Parker and it happened in Paris... Unfortunately, that is the only photo I managed to come back with. Explanation: they sold, for no less than 2 million dollars - the price of the wedding apparently - exclusive rights to a UK magazine. Therefore, they had to hide from everybody, including your favorite PDP paparazzo (and the one on this photo too!!) You should have heard the crowd, really mad, who booed them for being so invisible to their fans. For the records, they got married in a beautiful church (Saint Germain de l'Auxerrois ) where I once also took this photo... And tonight they're going to this magnificent château.

23 comments:

  1. Tough to be a paprazzo sometimes! Now we all have to buy that magazine! (Which one?)

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  2. Another ridiculously priced wedding to be followed by a ridiculously priced divorce. Oh, well, you only get married once, at a time, that is.

    I wish the couple a load of luck. They'll need it.

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  3. T'is the common folk for me! I guess there's a price to be paid for celebrity. Why do our cultures idolize them? So many of them are dodos, i.e. Paris Hilton.

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  4. I wish them well, but I agree with JohnnyParsons..."ridiculously priced wedding." Seems like there's a lot of them these days. At least they picked Paris, eh?

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  5. You should have told us days before Eric these news! To take any proper action to cancel this marriage!
    Now thousands of men all over the world we lost our last hope to
    marry a woman like Eva!
    ;D

    I honestly wish to this beautiful couple to be the exception to the rule that says that the famous and rich couples taking easily divorces and on the contrary to have a successful marriage and many children!

    Eric did you know that Toni Parker was the first European player ever that won the MVP prize during the NBA finals this year?

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  6. I'll have to take a photo of the magazine for you. It's bound to be either Hello or OK.

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  7. Oh well, thanks anyway for trying Eric ;)! And thank you, thank you, thank you for the link to Vaux-le-Vicomte! Breathtakingly gorgeous!

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  8. Eva who? Tony who?

    J/K. Of course I know who they are through the media, thought I've never seen Tony in action or watched a single episode of Desperate Housewives.

    Don't worry philos, it's likely not your last chance. Like johnny said, it's probably going to be followed by a pricey divorce. Give it 5 years at most and you can go find Eva and try to...well, you know.

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  9. My first reaction when reading this post is "who are these people?" Seriously, who are they? Fine with me if they want to stay anonymous...

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  10. Well, that's explains it. I don't watch much TV and I'm not into sports, either, so there you have it. Nice piece of equipment on that guy's ahem.. camera. And they say size doesn't matter... yeah, right!

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  11. Why the 'booing'? They deserve their privacy!

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  12. As we say here - "Some people are too big for their boots"
    That is enough money to run a small country (like PNG) for a few months!!!

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  13. Very focused. I get this way when shooting flowers. On closer inspection that lens looks to be well used. How much does a lens like that weigh?

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  14. I hope they have enough class to donate that $2M to a charity, like Jolie/Pitt did with their first baby photo...

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  15. I am absolutely crazy about the chateaux de France. They are so beautiful and breathtaking! And those gardens... oh makes me day dream everytime I see it...!

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  16. I am far more enthralled by the chåteau than I am by the newlywed Parkers!

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  17. Cher Eric, juste une petite correction, en toute amitié, car j'adore votre blog : c'est l'église Saint-Germain-l'Auxerrois : mais vous n'êtes pas le seul à avoir fait l'erreur, je l'ai relevée plusieurs fois dans les médias à l'occasion de ce mariage.
    Et une petite question : avez-vous remarqué, à l'angle à côté de l'église, la très regrettable disparition du délicieux salon de thé Cador et sa transformation en un lieu (je ne sais même pas ce qu'ils y font) lounge formaté terriblement banal désormais à Paris : je hais le lounge !!! Qu'on nous rende nos vieux bistrots parisiens !!!

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  18. Well I offered them the use of our Ancestral Home in Paris..but the "New" residents[difficult Prussians]said something about a deed!! Quoi???? Plus, Miss Longoria said she didn't think it large enough as she was inviting half of East LA!!! What a lucky gurl the new Mrs Parker is ehhhh???

    Eric, just an update on the "Cutlery Robe"! YSL has agreed to do a modified robe and "California" it up!! NO KNIVES...but will include spoons, forks and a "soupcon" of chopsticks...the ensemble will be completed with a "Sombrero" chapeau bedecked with golden "tortilla" chips!! Contact YSL, Maiden Lane, SF to place your order!

    Ohhh..Ohhhh..I think the heat is getting to me... ;-)

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  19. I'm not that interested in famous people actually. They lead their lives so publicly and there are so many paid professionals desperately trying to get stupid photos of them tripping over or falling out of their swimming costumes or something, you rarely actually get anything more interesting than famous people doing boring things.

    I personally prefer a photo of someone trying to get a photo than of the real thing. Or of people who aren't famous at all, of course, doing genuinely unusual things...

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  20. I can highly recommend a visit to Vaux le Vicomte, especially if you have an opportunity to do so during the summer, when they have their evening candle-lighting spectacular (2,000 of them!) and classical music concert (a real live orchestra in the grounds!). I've only been once, but I will never forget the theatrical splendour of seeing lines of tiny flames appear throughout the château and gardens as the sky turned from pale blue to dusky apricot, and finally to a rich blue-black. Let me tell you, it took very little imagination indeed to pretend that we’d been overrun by an army of fireflies: who, arraying themselves in regimental formation, were now imprisoning us in a magical maze of dotted light.

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