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According Us Weekly, sources close the couple say that this time, they'll take on the filming themselves and then sell the package to a network. "If they choose to film the wedding, it will be filmed by them, not a TV crew," an insider told Us. "And they'd sell it to a network."
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Despite the grandeur of Kim's last E! wedding extravaganza and Kanye's over-the-top stadium proposal, Kimye would prefer to host a nuptials (be it televised) on a much smaller scale. A rep for Kardashian confirms that while they haven't finalized any filming plans, the wedding, though "magnificent," will be "on the small side."
Maybe they were inspired by the recent slew of celebs opting for programmed "I dos:" Former 'NSync member Lance Bass might exchange vows with fiancé Michael Turchin on TV, while The Bachelor's Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici confirmed a live ABC wedding special. And of course, we can't forget NeNe Leakes epic wedding spin-off!
Although it feels natural to think of Kim walking down the aisle for millions of viewers to see, we're slightly taken aback that Kanye would be okay with this, too. After all, Yeezy's reality starlet fiancée handed over the wedding planning reins to him not too long ago, and he's notoriously private about his personal life (he rarely makes an appearance on Keeping Up With the Kardashians, and if he does, it's brief). Additionally, it's his first wedding, and we can't imagine he'd want people to compare it to her last one, which the whole world saw and commented on.
No matter what happens, we cannot wait to see Kim's wedding dress, which is sure to be edgier than her three Vera Wang gowns the last go-round. And of course, we're anxiously anticipating little North as the adorable flower girl!