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Longoria and Parker to Wed at City Hall July 6
Eva Longoria and Tony Parker will be officially married in a civil ceremony in Paris on Friday. Paris mayor Bertrand Delanoë will wed the Desperate Housewives star and San Antonio Spurs player in the smaller of two city halls in Paris' Fourth Arrondisement. A religious ceremony at the Eglise Saint-Germain l'Auxerrois in Paris and party at the Chateau Vaux-le-Vicomte will take place on July 7. Civil ceremonies for marriages are required by French law and can only be performed by a town, village or city mayor or assistant mayor. - Reporting by Marissa Klein
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