A publicist for the couple says they renewed their vows Friday at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France.
Mariah and Nick celebrated their 4th year as husband and wife on Friday, three days before their actual anniversary, April 30 — which also happens to be the first birthday of their twins Monroe and Moroccan. With the Eiffel Tower as their backdrop, Carey — in a white satin mermaid-style gown with a black bow — beamed as Cannon got down on one knee, took her hand, and looked into her eyes during the ceremony at La Maison Blanche hotel.
Just hours before they said “I do” for the 4th time, Nick and Mariah did some shopping for “Dem Babies” (the twins’ nicknames) at Baby Dior. When they weren’t perusing the clothing, they stopped for smooches for the cameras. A year ago, they were not only celebrating the birth of their son and daughter, but also their 3rd anniversary.
Carey is so convinced she and Cannon will be together forever, she has even named her new perfume “Forever” in their honor. So what’s their secret? “Nobody can predict the future,” said Cannon, “You just have to give your all to the relationship you’re in and do your best to take care of your partner, communicate and give them every last drop of love you have. I think one of the most important things in a relationship is caring for your significant other through good times and bad.”
Mariah and Nick have certainly weathered some bad times recently when he suffered kidney failure in January and had to be rushed to the hospital.
Not many people would have predicted that Carey, 42, and Cannon, 31, would have made it this long — especially since they married after only knowing each other 6 weeks — but he says their love was a long time in the making. Recalling the first time they met, Cannon says, “I presented her with an award at the  Kid’s Choice Awards. I was so nervous but decided to take my chances and give her a kiss on the cheek! I had to have that kiss.” Three years later, Carey cast him as her love interest in her music video “Bye Bye” — and the rest is history.