Kim Kardashian set to ‘make $21 million’ from her and Kanye West’s wedding

She recently insisted that it wasn’t going to be filmed, but it’s been reported that Kim Kardashian is set to earn over $20 million for her and Kanye West’s wedding.


by Jack White |
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The reality star, 33, is set to marry 36-year-old rapper Kanye at a ceremony in Paris later this month and it seems that she is going to make even more than the $18 million she allegedly earned from her wedding to Kris Humphries in 2011.

While the cameras won’t be allowed to film the actual ceremony, viewers of Keeping Up With The Kardashians will see ‘everything up till and after’, and Kim is reportedly cashing in on this.

Kim will reportedly make over $20 million from her latest wedding
Kim will reportedly make over $20 million from her latest wedding

A source told In Touch magazine: “She’s taping everything else so she can get things for free in exchange for exposure.”

It seems that when Kim and Kanye realised how much their lavish ceremony was going to cost them, Kim decided to use their fame to cut costs,

“They told E! they wouldn’t allow parts of it to be taped unless the network offered them more than $15 million, which is what Kim got for her wedding to Kris,” another insider told the magazine.

She allegedly made $18 million when she married Kris Humphries

And momager Kris Jenner is also joining in, with the insider adding: “Her mom couldn’t help herself either. Kris is trying to get them another $4 million for their wedding photos.”

Kim’s recent bridal shower is also said to have been filled with freebies, with brands ‘paying for everything in exchange for coverage on her reality show. And, according to reports, whatever the brands didn’t pay for, ‘E! picked up the rest.’

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