Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are said to have made everyone sign confidentially agreements ahead of their wedding.
The family matriarch's daughter is set to tie the knot with rapper Kanye West on May 24. There has been intense speculation around where the nuptials will take place and they are widely believed to be happening in Florence, Italy.
Ahead of the ceremony it seems Kim's relatives haven't been as involved as they'd like to be, with mom Kris and her sisters said to be disappointed.
"Kim and Kanye kept plans for their big day under wraps. They became increasingly paranoid that gossip from the wedding would be leaked and made everyone sign confidentiality agreements. The contracts ban any use of social media, taking pictures without the couple's permission or communication with anyone outside of the wedding ahead of the big day," a source told British magazine Closer.
"Anyone who breaches the contracts faces a hefty fine. Even Kim's sisters and mom Kris have been kept out of the loop on certain aspects of the wedding planning. It's been hard for Kris, who as Kim's manager is used to having control over her schedule. She has felt a bit shut out."
The happy couple have reportedly spent 300,000 euros on Forte di Belvedere in Florence as a venue, which can hold a maximum of 200 people.
Kim enjoyed an evening out in Paris last night, the city that was reportedly first choice for her wedding, with her closest girlfriends for her bachelorette party. She donned a beaded minidress by Balmain for the party, using Instagram to thank the fashion house for it.
She's also been gushing about how pleased she is with her wedding dress, after she had the final fitting earlier this week.
"Perfect. It’s perfect. Yes, it’s done," Kim reportedly said at a family dinner in the French capital on Wednesday evening, reports Us Weekly.
"Kim's dress really shows off her curves so she wanted to make sure her body looked amazing. She's been working tirelessly and, for the past few weeks, has upped her workouts to two a day," a source told Closer.
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