May is fast approaching and it looks like Kanye West and Kim Kardashian have yet to pick out their wedding venue for their rumored May 24 wedding date.
While in Paris, X17 Online exclusively reports the couple scouted a 17th-century castle named Louis XIV-commissioned Chateau de Louveciennes, where they toured the property for two hours with a guide leading them.
“Kanye was taking the lead, asking all the questions and visualizing the big day and how everything might work,” a source tells the gossip site about their visit. “Kim offered a little input, but not much. It was all about how Kanye thought things should go and how he wants the wedding to look.”
The French castle – located west of Paris – was restored in 1994 after historical figures, including Louis XIV and Louise-Francoise de Bourbon, resided there. It features three massive living rooms and a separate Pavilion that overlooks the Seine River.
Kim and Kanye arrived in Paris over the weekend where they spent most of their time shopping at expensive designers Lanvin and Balmain where they strolled Rue Francois Premier. In addition, they dinned at Ferdi restaurant and met with Givenchy designer Ricardo Tisci.
Kim and Kanye were spotted leaving the lavish Lanvin store on April 14 in Paris.
After finding out that the two have to be a resident in France 40 days prior to their wedding, the two might be planning a separate wedding in Los Angeles.
"They couldn't face the humiliation of the wedding being cancelled at the last minute. So they've decided to get married behind closed doors in Los Angeles before they fly out to France," a source tells UK's The Sun.
Los Angeles or Paris, either way Kimye are sure to drop a ton of money on their much-anticipated spring wedding.