Kim Kardashian, Kanye West keep fans guessing about wedding

Are they or are they not? Rumors abound about the marriage status of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.

Last week, TMZ reported the couple obtained a confidential marriage license and was planning to tie the knot privately in their home ahead of their wedding in Paris scheduled for May 24.

But tabloids and other gossip sites following the matter have new and conflicting reports.

“Kim and Kanye are now married on paper. They got their license in California over the past few days,” a source told Life & Style magazine on Sunday. “Kim and North are on their way to NYC now.”

There was no sign of their little girl North when Kardashian and West were seen Sunday at Los Angeles International Airport, where they boarded a plane to New York City for the annual Met Costume Institute Gala on Monday.

Meanwhile, a source told People magazine that the 33-year-old reality star and the 36-year-old rapper have yet to tie the knot; Kardashian’s rep had offered The Huffington Post no comment on the rumors.

In any event, the pair apparently is still slated to tie the knot in France in May, with an “intimate” 200-guest wedding. This will be the third marriage for Kardashian and the first for West.FeaturesGossipKanye WestKim Kardashianmarriage

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