Kim K’s blissful day!

IN TUNE   photo | Kim Kardashian, Kris Humphries 

Well, if the news hadn’t reached you by now then you most likely haven’t been ‘keeping up with the Kardashians,’ or you’ve just been busy because Kim Kardashian has tied the knot, again, to basketball player Kris Humphries. The couple exchanged nuptials on Saturday in front of 440 guests at a private estate in Montecito, California. The lavish event included a star studded line up, from Eva Longoria, to Avril Lavigne, Ryan Seacrest, Ciara, Demi Lovato, Serena Williams and many more. Photos of the extravagant affair haven’t been released yet but it’s being reported that Kris wore a white, peek lapel tuxedo jacket with black pants by Ermenegildo Zegna. The groomsmen, which included Khloe’s beau Lamar Odom, and little brother Rob, also wore Ermenegildo Zegna tuxedos. The bridesmaids, including mom Kris Jenner, all wore white Vera Wang gowns.

Kim and Kris’ wedding event will air as a two part special on E! on October 9 and 10. The couple started dating back in December 2010. There are so many magazines bidding on wedding pictures from the cute couple but according to the Hollywood Reporter, rights for photos from the event sold for $1.5 million to People magazine. Not to mention that the family is cashing in on a bunch of promotion ads, so I assume they didn’t pay for the wedding out of their pocket. And of course we know who to thank for that little deal, Kris Jenner. Anyways, be on the look out for the lovely photos this week in People magazine. And tell us what you think about Kim & Kris getting married.

Credit: OMG! Yahoo

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