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Wednesday 25 May 2016

Kimye ‘want Vegas wedding’

Published 03/09/2013

Kim Kardashian, Kanye West
Kim Kardashian, Kanye West

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West will reportedly hire an Elvis impersonator and get married in Las Vegas, even though it's "cheesy".

The couple are yet to get engaged, but have been together since April 2012 and welcomed daughter North in June this year.

Now sources say the famous pair plan to shock everyone by getting married in party city Las Vegas.

"Kanye is a huge Elvis fan and thinks it would be fun to get married in a wedding chapel, just him, Kim and the baby. It was his suggestion, but Kim thinks it's a great idea too," a source told British magazine Star.

"They know it's cheesy, but it's kitsch, sexy and cool at the same time."

Kim is known for enjoying extravagance and married ex-husband Kris Humphries in a lavish ceremony in August 2011.

However, the plans for her wedding to Kanye are slightly less glamorous.

"They'll go the whole hog - with an Elvis impersonator singing Love Me Tender. And afterwards they'll just put out a press release with a photo, letting everyone know they got married," the insider continued.

Kim and Kris' marriage ended in disaster, with the pair splitting up just 72 days after the wedding.

The divorce was finalised in June this year and the 32-year-old mother-of-one is apparently adamant things will be different this time around.

"It's almost an anti-wedding after all that happened with Kris,” the source explained. “She loves Kanye with all her heart and knows that all the glitz and glam don't really mean a thing."

The quiet wedding is perfect for Kanye, who has made it clear in the past that he doesn't want to be involved in the "circus" surrounding the Kardashian family.

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