Kim Kardashian Worried About the Rain in Paris Ruining her Wedding

Kim Kardashian Worried About the Rain in Paris Ruining her Wedding

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She is said to have been in tears over it

The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plane, but in Paris, it’s hitting hard. This downpour could possibly affect Kim Kardashian‘s pricy European wedding weekend, which kicks off on Friday, /4/23 at Versailles Palace in Paris, France.

The celebrations will start with a swanky rehearsal dinner at Versailles where guests will be required to wear vintage French royalty-themed attire.

The bride, 33, doesn’t seem to be enjoying her pre-wedding festivities with her family, and it’s all due to the gloomy weather in the City of Light. The Kardashian-Jenner clan had a family dinner at the Hotel Costes on Wednesday, /4/21 later visiting the Eiffel Tower and the nearby carousel in the rain.

During the dinner, Kim declared, “I hope the rain doesn’t ruin my wedding.”

An onlooker tellsUs Weekly,”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.”

With the support of her encouraging family, who assured her things would clear up by the weekend, Kanye West’s fiancée continued to talk about the poor conditions.



“This weather has to get better,” nearby diners heard her say after stepping outside post-dinner. “Spring in Paris is meant to be about sunshine, but all we’re getting is rain.”

We sure hope that the weather clears up for her extravagant affair. She has so much planned for her guests it would be such a shame if the rain ruined her big day.

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