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Kim and Kanye fuel French wedding rumors

Kim and Kanye fuel French wedding rumors

FRENCH CONNECTION?: Kim and Kanye could wed in France. Photo: Associated Press

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian have further fueled reports they are planning a lavish French wedding this summer after the couple was spotted visiting the Palace of Versailles over the weekend.

The rapper proposed to Kardashian last year and the bride-to-be recently confirmed they were planning to exchange vows abroad this summer.

Gossips have suggested the pair will wed in Europe and now it seems the Palace is the place for the nuptials. West has previously said an outrageous wedding is in the works, and will include, among other things, fighter jets.

Insiders claim West and Kardashian were planning their wedding ceremony as they wandered around the grounds of the historical estate.

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