Is it possible the April 29 wedding between Kate Middleton and Prince William was merely a warm-up act? Might the world need to brace itself for nuptials that receive even more attention?
Pretty much, Khloe Kardashian says.
"It's going to be royal wedding number two," she told E! News soon after the announcement was made that her sister had agreed to wed NBA forward Kris Humphries. "I could only imagine Kim having the hugest wedding."
The proposal itself was captured on camera and, naturally the ceremony will air on E!; Kourtney admitted this week that her family does "sell our souls" to the network.How much money will Kim make off it? Marco Gonzalez, a senior reporter for photo site X17 Online, sees almost no limit, comparing it with the Royal Wedding.
"Kim's wedding photos will be more valuable than pictures of Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding simply because hundreds of photographers had almost the same photos of the royal couple and, of course, there were official photos released by the palace. Kim will likely do a deal with a major magazine for the exclusive coverage of her big day, but candid shots of her could launch a huge bidding war between the other magazines that aren't getting the 'official' shots."
We're getting sick just thinking about it.
Will you watch Kris and Kim's wedding on TV?
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