You can't always get what you want.
Last week, Paris Hilton announced that she will star in a new docuseries on Peacock about her wedding. Paris' fiance, Carter Reum, however, would rather stay behind the camera.
During a chat with Extra, the heiress was asked if her beau was on board with the idea for the 13-episode show.
"No, I'm still trying to convince him," she said. "He doesn't like the camera. He doesn't do red carpets, doesn't do interviews. He's so focused on his business, and I love that about him. And you don't know if they want him for you or attention and it's not like that with him at all, so it's different from any relationship, and I like that he shies away from that."
Despite Carter's reservations, the show is a go (and will likely focus far more on Paris than him). The "Simple Life" alum says viewers will get a sneak peak into all aspects of the wedding: the planning, the bachelorette party and, of course, the ceremony.
"There's going to be a lot of beautiful moments," Paris said of the show currently titled "Paris In Love."
Paris' mother, Kathy Hilton, is helping plan the wedding, which is slated for 2021.
"I'm just over the moon. I feel like I finally found my fairy-tale happy ending with my Prince Charming," Paris said. "He is just so incredible, I can't wait for this next phase of my life."