Paris Hilton has admitted she is finding it "so hard" to plan her wedding because she's trying to battle her "crazy" schedule.
The 36-year-old businesswoman and DJ is currently engaged to actor Chris Zylka, and has said that she's been so busy since her beau popped the question last year, that she's barely had time to start planning her big day.
She said: "I've been traveling a lot since I got engaged so I'm going to have a meeting with my mom soon. We've been on the phone all the time just trying to figure out where we want to do it and the date. It's a lot to plan.
"It's so hard to plan something like this. My schedule is so crazy. I have friends and family all over the world and I really want it to be the perfect day. Hopefully somewhere close so that everyone can make it from my family."
One thing 'The Simple Life' star has begun thinking about is her dress, as she admits she's already started looking into which designer she wants to craft her gown, as well as deciding how many outfit changes she wants to make.
Speaking to E! News while celebrating the Rachel Zoe Fall 2018 Presentation with Belvedere Vodka, she said: "I'm getting so many different calls from designers. Now I'm looking through all the designs and trying to pick which one but there are so many gorgeous choices. It's hard to pick. I love an outfit change. It's important to have the pre-wedding dress, the wedding dress and the after party."
It comes after the blonde beauty revealed she was considering having multiple wedding ceremonies all around the globe.
She said: "I feel like I want to do a couple [of weddings]... For my 21st birthday, I had five parties, so maybe for the wedding I will have a European one, an American one, one for everyone around the world."
And Chris added: "We are going to have dinner with her parents and figure everything out."
Despite not having pushed forward with the planning of their nuptials, Paris is desperate to get married as soon as she can.
She shared previously: "We're going to have dinner with my parents this week to start planning. We want to do it as soon as possible."