Ever since Kanye West said he wanted fighter jets at his upcoming wedding to Kim Kardashian, there has been no shortage of extravagant rumors surrounding the couple's impending nuptials.
In recent months, there have been rumblings that the ceremony will be televised, the pair will wed at the Palace of Versailles, and fittingly wear crowns on their heads. While the Versailles rumor has already been shut down by the palace itself, Kardashian has revealed that her wedding may not be quite as over-the-top as we've all been anticipating.
It's going to be a "super, super small [and] intimate" wedding, the 33-year-old told Ryan Seacrest when she called into his KIIS FM radio show on Tuesday (Feb. 25), explaining,"As we are going along, we realize we want it to be smaller and more intimate than people are imagining and thinking."
And as for rumors that West is taking charge and planning a "concept event based on a wedding," Kardashian says planning the intimate affair is a joint effort.
"There's certain things I'm like, 'I know you're going to hate the seating chart, so I'll take care of this,'" she told Seacreast. "And then there's some things that are really important to him. [But] the seating chart is like death." While she wouldn't give too much away, she did confirm that the wedding will be in Paris at some point this year.
Kardashian also opened up about the joys of motherhood, telling the radio show host that although her daughter North is "the sweetest, she’s the calmest and all she does is laugh." Her extremely difficult pregnancy, however, has her reluctant to do it again -- capping the total number of children she might have at "three tops."
Listen to Kardashian's entire interview with Ryan Seacrest below:
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