Kim and Kanye may be honeymooning in Ireland but the world is still reeling for information about their not-at-all-top-secret wedding that occurred six days ago.
We know there are far more important things going on in the world right now but at the same time, LOOK AT THE TRAIN ON THAT DRESS.
Thankfully, The New York Post has got the inside scoop about what the wedding was like and it’s more than a little juicy.
The guests were greeted by a giant toilet.
A giant gold box containing toilets was the first thing guests saw when they arrived at Forti di Belvedere in Florence, Italy, for Kim and Kanye’s wedding last Saturday.
The box, which stood 15 metres tall, was the ‘star of the show’ and was named by locals the Torre di Bagni Oro (translation: the Gold Toilet Tower).
Yep, the biggest ‘decorative element’ at the wedding of the year was a giant toilet. Because art.
Tables were surrounded by 30 male (nude) models
It turns out Mrs Kardashian-West and her rapper-turned-designer-turned-Jesus-impressionist-husband were surprisingly demanding (we totally didn’t expect that).
While the rest of their entourage were gallivanting around Paris, four days before the wedding, Kim and Kanye thought it would be a good idea to order 30 life-size nudes to be made from black marble from Carrera (100km away from Florence).
According to The New York Post, “The marble workers worked through the night to cut enough blocks but 10 of them fell apart, another 10 were too damaged in transit to put out and of the remaining 10, four were missing their heads. They were put out around the dinner tables.”
And then Kanye turned up two hours before the actual wedding and decided he didn’t want the nudes near the table – so the workmen had to move the half-a-ton statues.