I'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?
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