NBA Superstar LeBron James, aka "King James," is now officially off the market. The 6 ft 8 in tall basketball legend is set to marry his high school sweetheart Savannah Brinson.
James has two children with her. They currently live in a three-story mansion in Coconut Grove, a Miami suburb. They are set to marry on the weekend of Sept 13 to 15.
Best-dressed quotient: his style icons - 007 James Bond and Bruce Wayne In picture: LeBron James (centre) with his mentors
As reported by New York Post's Page Six, James wedding is not going to be like the typical wedding. It is going to be more like a three-day affair.
"He did not want to have a lot of guests on his wedding so he sort of cut down the list," said a trustworthy source to Page Six.
His wedding is supposed to take place either at Hotel Coronado or Grand Del Mar in San Diego.
All the invitations were already sent out back in July. The wedding is going to be like a vacation break for their guests more than anything.
The three-day wedding starts on Friday with a "welcome barbecue" followed by the main ceremony on Saturday. On the third day, Sunday, all the guests will be given a "farewell brunch. It is expected to see some of James' closest pals in the NBA on his big day.
Preston Bailey, a top event designer, who is known for his ability to create spectacular and vivid surroundings from usual spaces, will organise the event.
A single day is not going to be enough for James and he made sure that his wedding is going to be fit for a king. The Miami Heat Star upcoming nuptial is going to be grand and epic, for sure. It will be thrilling to find out who made it on his guest list and what his guests will wear on this event.
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