Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Kim Kardashian gathers pals for bachelorette party in Paris

Kim Kardashian kicked off the celebrations ahead of her weekend wedding to kanye West by gathering her female friends and family members for a bachelorette party in Paris, France on Thursday night.

Kim Kardashian gathers pals for bachelorette party in Paris

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Kim Kardashian kicked off the celebrations ahead of her weekend wedding to Kanye West by gathering her female friends and family members for a bachelorette party in Paris, France on Thursday night.

The socialite is preparing to marry her rapper fiance in Europe on Saturday, and she has been joined in the French capital by her loved ones, including her mother Kris Jenner and sisters Khloe and Kourtney, in the run up to the big day. Kardashian took to Twitter.com on Thursday night to share pictures of her "last supper", a gathering of her female friends and family members, at a restaurant in the city, writing, "I'm so lucky! I have the best friends in the whole wide world! #ParisNights #LastSupper."

During the evening, the group also visited some of the city's most famous landmarks. They were pictured in front of Le Louvre gallery's famous glass pyramid and at the Eiffel Tower, where several members of the Kardashian clan were snapped riding the iconic carousel close to the landmark. After the night out, Kardashian paid tribute to her pals, writing, "No matter what these girls are always there!" Speculation is rife over where the brunette beauty will exchange vows with West - many reports point towards Paris as the location for the nuptials, while the couple is also rumored to have hired out a historic venue in Florence, Italy.

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