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Kimye 'eyeing up London home'

Published 10/08/2015

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian reportedly wants her children to have an English education.

The showbiz couple are already parents to daughter North and they are currently expecting a little boy.

As they prepare to expand their brood, it's thought Kim and Kanye are looking to relocate to the British capital. UK newspaper the Daily Star reports Kanye spotted a 13-bedroom home worth £10 million in the lavish Hampstead area when he was visiting design school Central Saint Martins for a fashion show.

Once the home of Britain's Prince William's godfather, Prince Constantine-Alexios of Greece and Denmark, Kim is said to be keen to follow in the footsteps of royalty.

"This is more about Kim who has a secret obsession with William and Kate and wants to give her children an English home as well as their one in LA - and an English education," a source explained.

"When Kim heard there were connections with Prince William, the house was of real interest."

The 34-year-old beauty is said to be mesmerised by William's wife Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and has even taken to wearing the same designer clothes as her.

Kim's aunt Karen Houghton even previously revealed that the star was planning a similar wedding to the British couple when she tied the knot with Kanye in May last year. The pair married in a lavish Italian wedding which Kim was apparently inspired to throw after watching William and Catherine wed in 2011.

“Kim saw how visually stunning the royal wedding looked and wants to replicate that. Kim and Kanye want something just as traditional and classy," Karen said ahead of Kim and Kanye's ceremony.

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