Salma's Second Wedding Plans

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Salma Hayek might not be spending 2 million dollars on a lavish second wedding, but she is still determined to get it right the second time around with hubby Francois-Henri Pinault. Her super-secret nuptial plans were blown wide open when Antonio Banderas let it slip at a press conference that he and wife Melanie Griffith were headed to Venice, Italy this weekend to attend Salma's second wedding. 

Other celebrities expected to attend the wedding this weekend include Salma's only sibling, Sami Hayek with his socialite girlfriend Daniela Villegas, her close friends Penélope Cruz and Luis Miguel, famed designer Phillippe Starck, as well as her Frida co-star
Ashley Judd and pop legend Prince. Prince recently wrote a song for Salma in honor of her 19-month-old daughter entitled "Valentina."

The happy couple has reportedly already arrived in Venice and the celebration is set to kick off on Friday with a rehearsal dinner. As reported by the ceremony will be held on Saturday at the gorgeous Palazzo Grassi, a white marble palace built in 1748-1772 which has been owned by Pinault since 2005. The palace holds special significance for the couple—it's where they first met back in 2006 when Francois-Henri threw a gala attended by Salma. OK, so maybe it's not 2 million bucks Salma, but it still sounds like its going be a lavish weekend to remember!


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