Swirl Problems: Kimmy Cakes And Yeezus Denied Wedding At House Of Versailles

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Paris Kim Kardashian and Kanye West lunch at 'L'Avenue'

Looks like KimYe’s over-the-top wedding isn’t going down in Versailles.

Kim And Kanye Not Allowed To Get Married At Versailles

Maybe the people over at the House of Versailles were worried about Kanye going cray-cray—that’s always bad for business

According to Radar Online:

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West visited the Palace of Versailles outside of Paris over the weekend in hopes of having their over-the-top wedding at the iconic landmark, but RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned officials have denied the request, forcing the couple to continue the search.

Located just 30 minutes outside of Paris in the village of Versailles, the Palace was built during the 17th century, was home to Marie Antoinette and is one of the most famous and elegant buildings in the world.

Several of its huge spaces — including the legendary Hall of Mirrors and the Royal Opera — are available to rent for events and either could accommodate up to 600 people at price tags that go into hundreds of thousands of dollars.

But Kimye had been told PRIOR to the visit on Sunday night that a “wedding/reception wouldn’t take place at Versailles. It would just have been too intrusive for visitors to the Palace, and the staff,” a source told Radar.

“Kim and Kanye really wanted to get married at Versailles and were both hoping to persuade officials during their visit…ultimately it backfired. It was still a firm no.”

The Palace was too small to contain Kanye’s ego anyway.

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