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Kinney dishes on his wedding with Lady Gaga

Published 12/05/2015

Taylor Kinney and Lady Gaga
Taylor Kinney and Lady Gaga

Taylor Kinney claims he and his fiancée Lady Gaga will most likely keep details of their upcoming nuptials private.

The 29-year-old Applause singer, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta, became engaged to the 33-year-old Chicago Fire actor in February.

Taylor has revealed he and Gaga are doing “great” at the moment, but the details surrounding their forthcoming nuptials are still not locked down.

“I’m kind of laying low right now, we don’t have a date yet, but soon,” he told Extra. “We’ll probably keep it to ourselves.”

Taylor popped the question over a romantic Valentine’s Day meal, presenting his girlfriend of almost four years with a stunning heart-shaped Lorraine Schwartz diamond ring.

The couple met in 2011 on the set of Gaga’s You and I music video and have been going strong ever since.

Gaga, a New York City native, is apparently searching for a nice place in Manhattan to buy so she and Taylor can establish their family home near her mother Cynthia and father Joseph.

“Gaga is looking for a penthouse on the Upper West Side near her childhood home, where her parents still live,” a source told Page Six previously. “She is looking at apartments at around 4,000 square feet, with high ceilings and outdoor space.”

The pop star already owns a mansion in Malibu, California, with rumours circulating she paid $24 million for the property. This estate is said to be spread over six acres of land and is decked out with an eight-horse stable along with riding trails.

It’s believed she and Taylor will be tying the knot at her Malibu compound and her music partner Tony Bennett recently confirmed he’ll be singing at their wedding.

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