AceShowbiz - Jeff Bezos and Lauren Sanchez appeared to have celebrated their engagement with famous stars. Around five months after taking their romantic relationship to the next level, the Amazon founder and the Emmy Award-winning journalist reportedly invited Oprah Winfrey and Kim Kardashian to their engagement party.
Page Six revealed that the 59-year-old businessman and his 53-year-old fiancee held the party at the mansion of designer Diane Von Furstenberg and IAC chairman Barry Diller in Beverly Hills, California on Sunday night, November 12. According to the outlet, the guests also included Barbra Streisand, Chris Rock and Salma Hayek, among other stars.
In addition, the outlet claimed that the engaged couple included Kris Jenner, Rita Wilson, Gayle King and Jessica Alba in the list of the party guests. Not stopping there, it was reported that Hugh Jackman's estranged wife Deborra-Lee Furness, Robert Pattinson, Suki Waterhouse and Miranda Kerr also made their appearance at the bash.
During the celebration, Jeff reportedly took his time to present "an incredible" and "heartfelt" speech to Lauren. Later on, the couple and the guests were entertained by "Pieces of You" singer Jewel Kilcher, according to a source via Page Six. Jewel delivered her song titled "Legendary" for the engaged couple.
Jeff and Lauren got engaged in May. Recently, the news anchor talked about the special moment in an interview. Speaking to Vogue on Monday, she stated, "When Jeff opened the box, I think I blacked out a bit."
About their wedding, Lauren spilled to the magazine, "We are still thinking about the wedding, what it's going to be. Is it going to be big? Is it going to be overseas? We don't know yet. We've only been engaged five months!"
Jeff and Lauren also posed together during a photoshoot with Vogue. One of the pictures, which was uploaded by the official Instagram account of the magazine, saw the couple striking a pose in a vintage car. However, Instagram users noticed that the snap appeared "uncomfortable," "cringe" and "weird." The two were also blasted for "cosplaying as working class people" in the photo.