Paris Hilton wants a 'Disney Princess' wedding dress

Luckily for the couple, an extensive search of the VIP area, which was led by 32-year-old Chris - who was described as "astonishingly calm" - located the jewellery in an ice bucket two tables down from where the pair had been dancing. According to Page Six, Hilton was dancing to British DJs Above & Beyond at the massive Mana Wynwood when her bling flew off her finger into the crowd of thousands. "Paris was dancing with her hands in the air, and the next minute her giant ring had flown off", an eyewitness tells the New York Post's Page Six. Sources told the outlet that the distraught reality star waited tearfully nearby as Zylka and a security team scoured the area.

However, custom-made resemble the engagement ring of her Kathy that Paris is so attached with. Miracles do happen, as her glimmering bauble was found in an ice bucket several tables away. A desperate Paris called in security staff to help Chris and other clubbers look for the pricey jewel, and the emotional bride-to-be was soon able to breathe a sigh of relief as her ring was recovered.

Miraculously, the 20-carat, pear-shaped sparkler was later found in an ice bucket two tables down.

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The witness continued, "It was fantastic that they managed to even see that huge diamond in an ice bucket".

Paris Hilton has a lot going on in both her personal and professional life this year, but one thing she's not putting energy into is a Simple Life reboot. Paris rep has confirmed to HollywoodLife.com that Paris did indeed lose her ring but got it back.

Paris also revealed that her former frenemy turned BFF Kim Kardashian will be at her wedding, and upon gushing over Kim's newborn daughter, Chicago, Paris admitted that she too wants to "have a family one day".

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