Kim Kardashian and Kanye West in NYC.
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kim Kardashian and Kanye West bring forward wedding date

KIM Kardashian and Kanye West have reportedly brought their wedding date forward by two months to May because they are so excited to get married in Paris.

The couple, who have an eight-month-old daughter, North West, have decided to tie the knot in Paris, France in May instead of July because they are so excited to get married.

A source told Us Weekly magazine that the 33-year-old reality TV star and the 'Yeezus' rapper, 36, want their daughter to be heavily involved in the ceremony.

An insider said: "North will have a large role in the wedding!"

Another friend said that the couple's wedding plans are well underway and they will have "lots of events leading up to the big day" for their guests.

However, Kim, who was married twice before, is said to have been very reluctant to have a lavish ceremony and Kanye is the driving force behind the event.

One insider said: "Kim isn't totally pumped about a huge wedding. But she's going along with it."

The brunette beauty is letting Kanye handle most aspects of their wedding but is overseeing her own dresses.

A friend said: "She'll do one dress change."

The wedding is set to air on 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' and Kim was previously criticised for allegedly making a huge profit from her $10 million televised wedding to her now ex-husband, Kris Humphries, in August 2011. 


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