Dasha Zhukova and Stavros Niarchos' A-list wedding could be most lavish marriage ceremony of the year

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If you're looking for an almost royal wedding to obsess over, consider Stavros Niarchos and Dasha Zhukova's upcoming nuptials.

According to The Daily Mail, the couple landed in Switzerland in St. Moritz in preparation for their epic party.

It's set to be quite the spectacle, with David Beckham and Gwyneth Paltrow rumored to be attending the A-list affair.

Charlotte Santo Domingo, Dhasha Zhukova and Stavros Niarchos (Getty Images)

Diane von Furstenberg, Liv Tyler, Karlie Kloss and her husband Joshua Kushner (who's Ivanka Trump's brother-in-law) are also expected to join in the Swiss celebrations.

It's reportedly going to take place at the St Moritz town hall, followed by a party at the Kulm St. Moritz Hotel, owned by the Niarchos family.

The couple already technically tied the knot in October, but now it's time for their big bash. And even more celebrities will most likely be onhand. Dasha's Instagram, which has 60,000 followers, has plenty of comments from celebs, socialites and billionaires like Derek Blasberg, Reese Witherspoon, Wendi Murdoch, Sara Foster and David Geffen.

A source told Page Six, "the big wedding is a convenient hop to those heading to Davos World Economic Forum in Switzerland."

Paris Hilton and Stavros Niarchos (SplashNews.com)

If the name Stavros Niarchos sounds familiar, it's because the Greek shipping heir had a high-profile relationship with Paris Hilton during the peak of her Noughties fame.

They dated from 2005 to 2007, providing plenty of tabloid fodder for folks who kept up with the socialite's every move.

Dasha Zhukova and Roman Abramovich (Rex)

He also made Lindsay Lohan's notorious sex list, where she listed all of the men she had slept with over the years. he briefly dated Mary-Kate Olsen.

Dasha was previously married to Roman Abramovich​, who made the Forbes billionaire list last year with $12.5 billion. Abramovich is the proud owner of the world's second-largest yacht, which he bought for $00 million in 2010.

His ex-wife received more than $90 million worth of New York City property from him following the divorce.