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Kim Kardashian Worried Rain Will Ruin Wedding

ITALY, May 22 -- Kim Kardashian is terrified rain will ruin her wedding.

The 33-year-old star, who is set to marry rapper Kanye West on Saturday, reportedly isn't enjoying the run up to their big day as she is so worried about the weather in stormy Paris.

A source told UsMagazine.com that the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star was noticeably upset when she enjoyed dinner with her family at the Hotel Costes on Wednesday before visiting the Eiffel Tower and a nearby carousel during a downpour, where she declared, "I hope the rain doesn't ruin my wedding."

The onlooker added, "she made it clear that this bad weather is really getting to her. She's clearly spending millions getting married in Europe, and if it all turns into a wash-out she will be really unhappy."

Another insider said she told family over dinner, "this weather has to get better. Spring in Paris is meant to be about sunshine, but all we're getting is rain."

The reality TV star, who has an 11-month-old daughter, North West, with Kanye, is set to enjoy a bachelorette party with friends and family in the French capital on Thursday night.

The couple will enjoy a special rehearsal brunch, organised by Valentino and Vogue's Andre Leon Talley, on Friday before taking their guests for a private "guided tour" of the Palace of Versailles.

On Saturday morning, they're expected to fly all of their guests via private jets to Florence, Italy to watch them exchange vows at Fort Belvedere.

A spokesperson for the mayor of Florence revealed the couple have rented the fort for $420,000.

 
 
 

 
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