Google co-founder Page is going to marry
So what can he ask for?
He's marrying a PhD student and is going to wed in an island that is owned by the best man and is being rented out for 46,000 a night. Guests expected are about 600. How many of them are billionaires and millionaires. Take a guess.
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Google co-founder Larry Page is set to marry his girlfriend, Lucy Southworth, this weekend on a tiny private island in the Caribbean, US media reports say.
Six hundred guests are reportedly due to attend the ceremony on Necker Island in the British Virgin Islands, owned by the best man, Sir Richard Branson.
Ms Southworth is a doctoral student at Stanford University in California.
Mr Page, who has an estimated fortune of $18.5bn (£9bn), co-founded search giant Google with Sergey Brin in 1998.
Since listing in August 2004 shares in the firm have risen sevenfold and it is now valued at over $220bn (£108bn).
Mr Brin, who is the joint fifth-richest person in the US along with Mr Page, got married in the Bahamas earlier this year.
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