It is no secret Kim Kardashian's wedding to Kanye West will be the biggest event this year, but apparently not everyone wants in! A new report claims fashion mogul Victoria Beckham denied the request to design her wedding dress!
"Kim was desperate to wear a VB dress for her big day but Victoria deals with the very A-list of the showbiz world, including royals, and doesn't want to be dragged into the world of reality stars," a source told the Daily Star.
"She also doesn't really do wedding dresses."
The Hollywood Gossip states the former Posh Spice did not want to "devalue" her brand.
However, other sources suggest Beckham was simply too busy for the task.
Perhaps this is because the designer was not happy to see the couple on the cover of Vogue? Sources told Entertainment Wise Beckham was "baffled" at Anna Wintour's selection.
"Victoria can't get her head around the cover, and the letter just makes it worse," a source confessed to Star magazine UK. "It's mocking her disappointment. She appreciates that Kanye is a global star and Kim is successful, but she can't help but feel she is more deserving because of how hard she has worked."
This is not the first powerhouse to snub the Kimye wedding. West's best friend Jay Z and wife Beyoncé have declined to attend the lavish ceremony. It was suggested that the hip-hop couple do not want to be featured on reality show "Keeping up with the Kardashians."
Kardashian is said to have picked a dress she absolutely loves, according to E! News, yet still no word on the designer. She is said to have "multiple outfit changes" for her big day.
The Kimye wedding will take place on May 24 in Paris at an undisclosed location. As we reported earlier, not even her family knows of the venue at this time. The couple says it will be an "intimate" affair, yet 200 guests are attending.
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