Wed, May 02, 2012
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Mariah Carey throws luxury bash for twins' first birthday

2012-05-02 06:42:24 GMT2012-05-02 14:42:24(Beijing Time)

Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon celebrated twins Monroe and Moroccan's first birthday in a luxury Paris hotel

The couple renewed their vows on Friday

Cannon warned fans that his children would be getting a big first birthday bash

They warned fans of their little ones that their first birthday would be a momentous occasion.

And Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon stayed true to their word yesterday as their children enjoyed a lavish party in Paris.

Twins Moroccan and Monroe celebrated turning one in the French capital city with a get together most parents couldn't even afford to dream of for their toddlers.

The singer, 42, and her television and radio presenter husband, 31, held a luxury bash inside Plaza Athenee decking out the kids – known affectionately as ‘dem babies’ – in angelic outfits.

While their little girl, Monroe donned a silky white dress with floral pattern detail and a bow in her hair, their son Monroe channeled his father’s attire.

Despite his young age the boy was already looking handsome as he wore a smart ivory suit just like his daddy.

In a snap released by their star parents, both tots looked well behaved at the gathering as they were toted around in the arms of their guardians with pacifiers in their mouths.

The set-up seemed to be an extravagance, with blue and pink star-shaped balloons in the background and wine glasses on the tables of the hotel suite.

Plastic cups would be more appropriate at a get-together for children but it was only the best treatment for Carey and Cannon’s offspring.

Custom-made French pastries, plenty of toys and confetti were present on Sunday, according to PEOPLE.



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