Kim Kardashian Makes Drastic Attempt to Top Her Last Wedding

kim kardashianI'm just going to come out and say it: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have hired a royal wedding coach. Yep. According to reports, K and K are paying a royal expert to teach them the rules and etiquette for their big day. A source told Grazia magazine: "Kim and Kanye want their day to be as regal as possible and are studying Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding for inspiration. The coach will apparently spend a week with Kim, Kanye, and the rest of the Kardashian clan in LA, giving them lessons tailored to their 'royal' day."

Um, not to get all meow-meow catty here, but A) Kim and Kanye aren't royalty, so not sure what the point of a royal wedding coach is, and B) ah, if anyone should know about wedding etiquette, shouldn't it be Kim? I mean, I'm happy for her and Kanye and all, but this will be her third time saying "I do," after all.

I get that this is a different wedding, and, well, Kanye really does think he's royalty, but he and Kim seem to be going a bit far with this royal business, if the tabloids are to be believed (hey, where there's smoke, there's fire, right?). I mean, there's the royal wedding coach; there was the whole getting married at Versailles business; there's Kanye's comments comparing North to the "Prince and Princess of London." The couple does understand that they never have to rule a country, right?

Kim and Kanye genuinely seem to be in love with one another -- almost as much as they love themselves -- and that's nice. But it'd be nice if they took themselves, and their wedding, an eensy bit less serious. The day should be about them and about their daughter; not about duplicating the Duke and Duchess' wedding.

Which, by the way, will never be topped.

Do you think Kim and Kanye are getting a little carried away with their wedding?


Image via Kim Kardashian/Instagram



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nonmember avatar Nicole

They are both disturbingly self-involved and self-delusional, and I don't see that changing any time soon. Their sense of self-importance is completely out of control.

nonmember avatar rebecca murray

Hey aint royalty so why the fuck ( excuse the language) copy william and kate and im.sorry to say but baby north aint royalty either and as for kim 3rd times the charm hahaha who in there right.mind would marry someone whos been married.twice before and has a sex tape and who gets money of a porn site who has the rights to.the video !!!! Both are nuts and need to check in to rehab

nonmember avatar Linda

Why is the world so hell bent on bashing Kim and Kanye? They are a couple with a beautiful child and have every right to plan the weddding of thier dreams!! It is getting so ridiculous to ....all of the haters out there that have nothing better to do but complain about what they want. It shpuldnt matter to anyone what they do for thier special day...its all theirs! ! I wish them a beautiful life togetjer and to all. The. Haters out there....Karma is a bitch. you just might want to worry about your own affairs and your own life....God dont like ugly!!!

nonmember avatar Tatiana H

So glad that Versailles told the spoiled over-paid nobodies that their history was not for sale - I've been to Versailles and it's beautiful and one can imagine the history of France, from the Sun King to the unfortunate Louis XVI - I wish Italy would have also said No. I can't stand celebrities who think their money can buy a royal piece of history, or a title. History, especially nobility, has to be earned through the proper lineage, it is not something you "buy" at a store to flaunt at the public. History is made by doing deeds that live on forever, whether, noble deeds, heroic deeds, or monstrous deeds, that change the lives of those affected and possibly the course of a country. Nobility might have been corrupt by the 16 century, perhaps before, but it's origins were once pure and heroic, allowing knights to be granted titles, kings and queens to rule, and refined ladies and lords to embrace proper court etiquette. Kim and Kanye may have money but they will never have noble lineage - it can't be bought.

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