How Can I Watch Kim Kardashian’s Wedding? Here Are a Few Suggestions

As you know, because you're a person reading an article about watching the Kimye wedding, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are getting married on Saturday, May 24 (allegedly) in Florence (allegedly), but maybe in Paris at Versailles. The details are a little scattered, but regardless of what ends up going down, you want know how to watch Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's wedding so you can get the information as it happens. Unfortunately, the answer is that you can't. Sorry! There isn't going to be some live stream of the wedding that you can watch online — That we know of. It would be very avant-garde, so if that's what they're going for, maybe there's still a chance. — but there are some other things you can do to get your Kimye marriage fix as information comes in.

Check Instagram!

Especially check Kris Jenner's account because we already know how excited she is. Here are links all the Instagrams you need:

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Watch Kim's Wedding To Kris Humphries

That one was recorded for public consumption. All you have to do is cut out a photo of Kanye's head, attach it to a popsicle stick, and hold it in front of Kris Humphries face on the screen. Simple as that! The wedding is available on Amazon Instant.

Watch Keeping Up With The Kardashians

This one requires patience, but Kim Kardashian said, "We are not filming our wedding for Keeping Up With The Kardashians. You will see everything leading up til and after!" So while you won't get to see the actual ceremony, whenever this ends up airing you'll probably get to see her wedding dress, planning process, bachelorette party, fight with Kris over why she isn't the maid of honor, etc.

Check Bustle!

We're going to be covering everything we possibly can about this wedding short of flying to Europe ourselves (we weren't sure if we should try Paris or Florence and it got too confusing), so be sure to check back!

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