Eve and her fiancé Maximillion Cooper are to hold their pre-wedding celebrations at the Gumball Rally, before tying the knot three days later in Ibiza.
Eve is to have her bachelorette party at the Gumball Rally.
The 35-year-old rapper - real name Eve Jeffers - and her fiancé Maximillion Cooper will take part in the 3,000-mile international motor rally, which will see them travel across two continents and five countries in seven days in separate cars, as part of the run-up to their wedding celebrations.
The couple met and fell in love at the London rally in 2010, so Maximillion, who is the founder of Gumball 3000, is pulling out all the stops by closing down Regent Street in London on June 8, before making a pit stop in Edinburgh, where he proposed to Eve last Christmas.
The couple will then travel on to Ibiza, Spain, for the finale party before tying the knot three days later.
Maximillion said: ''The idea of driving 3,000 miles all the way from Miami to get to our wedding in Ibiza sounds pretty crazy, but we met on the Gumball back in 2010 when Eve participated as a celebrity guest of Puma.
''So incorporating the rally into our wedding plans seemed to be appropriate. I think the drama of this adventure suits our lives and driving together with 100 other supercars will undoubtedly be a lot of fun, especially as these six days will double up as my bachelor week!
''Incorporating Edinburgh into the route and stopping off in London just adds to the romanticism, having met in London and proposed on Christmas Day in Edinburgh ... I can't wait!''
Meanwhile, other celebrity stars taking part in the rally, which kicks off in Miami, are to be announced soon.
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