Elizabeth Taylor (front) and Conrad Hilton, Jr. (nicknamed "Nicky", just behind her) are seen here in 1950, the year they were married. Nicky was the son of the original Conrad Hilton, founder of the Hilton Hotels chain. This photo was presented as part of a 2008 exhibition in Los Angeles, presented by Kathy Hilton, titled "The Good Life: Photographs by Murray Garrett."
The 2008 caption from our friends at WENN read like this: "Famed photographer has sites [sic] set on Hilton wedding. An 82-year-old photographer who covered Elizabeth Taylor's 1950 wedding to Conrad Hilton has offered his services to the late hotel heir's great nieces Paris and Nicky. Famed celebrity snapper Murray Garrett has long been associated with the Hiltons, who own many of his iconic shots. And the snaps taken at Conrad Hilton's wedding are among several Garrett originals which have helped many visualize the golden age of Hollywood society. The Hilton girls and their mother Kathy attended the launch of Garrett's latest exhibition at the Photographer's Gallery in Los Angeles on Friday night (June 27, 2008) - and the famed snapper admits he would love to capture the sisters' big wedding days. He says, 'I would be honored to accept such an invitation.' The girls' mother Kathy adds, 'I don't think my daughters will marry in the near future but when they do I'm sure that they would be honored if Murray Garrett could be there.' Paris Hilton is one of Garrett's number one fans - she owns a famous Marilyn Monroe snap the photographer took at the beginning of the late actress' career."