Kim Kardashian was apparently on the hunt for her wedding dress with gal pal Serena Wiliams during a trip to Paris, People magazine surmised. The “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star is slated to marry Kanye West in the City of Light on May 24 and rumors about her wedding dress have started to circulate.
[Click here to see pictures of Kardashian and Williams in Paris, courtesy of the Daily Mail]
The 33-year-old reality might have chosen a French designer to make the wedding dress, which will be her third. When she married Kris Humphries in 2011, she wore three different white couture dresses created by Vera Wang, who is one of the Kardashian’s favorite fashion designers. Wang also made Khloe’s dress when she married Lamar Odom in 2009.
It’s unknown what type of dress Kardashian will choose for her latest wedding or if she will wear more than one gown. It was originally rumored that the “KUWTK” cameras wouldn’t be allowed at the Parisian nuptials, but E! seems to have persuaded the love birds into letting them document their “I dos.”
Many assumed Kardashian chose to go with French designer Olivier Rousteing for her third wedding dress after she and her tennis pro gal were spotted at the Balmain boutique -- where Rousteing is a designer -- following a day of gallivanting in France’s capital. According to E! News, Kardashian “beyond loves” her wedding dress and the designer is among the world’s “elite.” She also has chosen her bridesmaids’ dresses and settled on her color scheme.
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Kardashian and West have already gotten married at a secret ceremony in Los Angeles, though the exact date hasn’t been revealed. The reception, however, will be held in Paris with an “intimate” gathering of 100 people.
A source told the Daily Mail that they were married at her mom Kris Jenner’s house and aren’t happy that people found out. “They are upset this got out because they figured no one had to know there was this legal wedding and would believe they would be celebrating them becoming man and wife for the first time in France, so it's kind of anti- climatic knowing the real wedding went down earlier,” the insider said. “They thought they could keep it under wraps.”
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