Kimye could return to 'calm, relaxing' Ireland for a second honeymoon
Published 10/06/2014 | 08:16
We’ve only just said goodbye to them but Kimye could be back on these shores again for a second honeymoon.
Fresh from his recent Irish visit, Kanye West will be flying back to Ireland in a few weeks time to take to the stage with Pharrell Williams at Marlay Park on July 2.
And speculation has already started that he may be joined again by his new wife Kim Kardashian.
She and baby North have joined him on much of his ‘Yeezus’ tour, which resumes later this month.
And the curvy reality star could well be back on Irish shores after gushing about how much she enjoyed her honeymoon in Ireland Prague.
She described it as a ‘calm and relaxing place’ and said she had the ‘most relaxing, romantic honeymoon’ staying in Ballyfin House in Laois.
Obviously still in the first flush of married life, Kim took to Twitter on Sunday to wish her hubbie a happy 37th birthday.
Kim gushed; “Happy Birthday to my husband and best friend in the entire world. You have changed my life in more ways that you know. The way you look at life inspires me! I love you so much!”
Kanye initially wrapped up his North American tour at the end of December 2013, taking to the stage with an epic 30-minute speech and about how was going to stop saying ‘negative’ things in 2014.
But after taking some time off from touring to get married in a lavish €13m wedding in Florence last month, the ‘Gold Digger’ star is back to what he does best.
His Irish gig is being hailed as one of the hottest tickets of the summer and he’ll be warming up with two gigs in Norway at the end of this month.
But here’s hoping that he has changed his Diva-style demands since his last tour. His concert rider stipulated that his dressing room be stocked with L’Occitane products alongside Neutrogena and Nivea moisturisers.
He also insisted on having Versace towels shipped over to wherever he was performing and then having them cut into smaller sizes so he could use them on stage.
West also banned all manmade fibres and insisted on only wearing things that were 100pc cotton.
He’s renowned for outlandish demands and hit headlines last year after asking for his dressing room carpet to be ironed at the Jools Holland show.