Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are getting married this month but it's unclear exactly where their wedding will be. Despite several media outlets reported that Kimye will be saying their "I do's" in Paris, France, a new report out today suggests otherwise. According to Entertainment Tonight, Kim and Kanye are actually planning to get married in Italy. While the wedding festivities will start in France, the couple and their wedding guests will reportedly be flown to Florence, Italy on private planes.
"ET has learned that the two are actually having a dinner in Paris before the wedding, but will actually fly their guests to Italy on private planes for the ceremony."Kanye West and his bride-to-be are keeping things ultra-private to ensure that no one ruins their special day. While People Magazine has confirmed that the Kardashian clan will be flying into Paris this weekend, wedding festivities likely won't begin until sometime next week. It's unclear if there will be any pre-wedding celebrations during the week, but the aforementioned dinner in Paris will take place around sunset on the 24th. The exact location of the dinner is unknown -- as is the exact location of the actual wedding.
An insider tells People:
"It's all very top secret. No one knows exactly what's going on – just that whatever is happening, it's sure to be spectacular!"Of course there is always a chance that none of these reports are true. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Kim took to her Twitter account last week to debunk several reports about her upcoming nuptials. For starters, Kim said that she and Kanye did not get married in California two weeks ago contrary to popular belief. Kim also said that her wedding will not be filmed for Keeping Up with the Kardashians, which was previously speculated.
Kim added that the wedding invitations and photos of her "wedding dress" that have popped up online are fake. The obsession with her upcoming wedding has hit a fever pitch but she and Kanye are determined to keep things as private as possible. So far, they are doing a great job -- even if they do end up getting married in Italy, no one seems to know exactly where. But you can bet it's going to be stunning.
People Magazine reports:
"If their wedding does take place in Florence, there will be no shortage of breathtaking locations. The Italian city boasts stunning venues in small medieval towns along its outskirts, where some of Italy's most beautiful villas and estates can be found."[Photo courtesy of Dave Kotinksy/NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment]