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Kanye West pops the question to Kim Kardashian

Kanye West pops the question to Kim Kardashian

SO HAPPY TOGETHER: Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are engaged. Hopefully Kim's second marriage will last longer than 72 days. Photo: Associated Press

Kim Kardashian is set to walk down the aisle again after becoming engaged to her rapper beau Kanye West on her birthday.

The reality TV star was celebrating turning 33 when West popped the question in front of their friends and family at baseball stadium AT&T Park in San Francisco, California on Monday.

According to E! News, the “Stronger” hitmaker rented out the stadium for the special occasion.

The couple, who welcomed baby North West in June, started dating last year.

Kardashian has already suffered two failed marriages – she divorced Damon Thomas in 2004 and later married sports star Kris Humphries in 2011. They split after only 72 days of marriage.

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