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Report: Kanye West, Kim Kardashian to wed at Palace of Versailles

Report: Kanye West, Kim Kardashian to wed at Palace of Versailles

GOING TO THE CHAPEL: Kanye and Kim are planning the wedding of his dreams. Photo: Associated Press

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are set to seal their status as showbiz royalty by marrying at France’s lavish Palace of Versailles, according to a new report.

The “Stronger” hitmaker proposed to the reality TV superstar in spectacular style in October, when he got down one knee at San Francisco’s AT&T baseball park in front of a 50-piece orchestra, and it seems the pair wants their nuptials to be just as impressive.

According to Us Magazine, the couple is considering holding a wedding ceremony at the Palace of Versailles, the royal residence just outside of Paris which was once the home of big spending French queen Marie Antoinette before the French Revolution.

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The rapper has previously said he wants an elaborate wedding, possibly including “fighter jets.”

A source tells the publication, “Kanye has never been married and wants a big (wedding). They are not working with a budget.”

Kardashian has been married twice before to Damon Thomas and basketball star Kris Humphries.

She and the rapper are parents to a daughter, North West.

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