Tired of the drama already - a sleepy Baby North is spotted out and about with mum Kim Kardashian before wedding of the year
There still might be four days to the biggest celebrity wedding of the year, but Baby North looks like she’s tired of all the drama already.
The whole Kardashian clan have been spotted out and about in Paris ahead of the nuptials, but the exact location of the wedding has been kept top-secret.
It's thought Kim and Kanye's wedding is taking place at Forte di Belvedere in Florence which is a 16th century fortress.
They are said to have splashed out 300,000 euros on the venue and will have a maximum of 200 people watching them exchange vows. A crane, boxes and crates have been spotted outside the fort.
Sisters Khloe and Kourtney have been pictured roaming the streets of the French capital, excited for the upcoming bash but North looks like she’s tired of the trip already.
The adorable tot looked sleepy as her mother Kim carried her past the paparazzi during a shopping trip this morning.
The ever-fashionable Kim, who posts her outfit of the day on photo-sharing website Instagram on a daily basis, styled a black mini skirt with a camel-coloured, fitted top, showing off her curves to the maximum.
North was dressed to compliment her stylish mum in a cute black dress and tights.
Meanwhile, it’s been reported that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's wedding guests are to be treated to a "private surprise" tour of the Château of Versailles.
It’s believed the couple will hold a private dinner in the French capital on May 23, with guests then flown by private jet to the site of the nuptials in Florence, Italy.
Yesterday it was confirmed the pair had been denied a request to marry at the Palace of Versailles. However, the historic venue will still play a part in the reality TV star and rapper's big day.
"Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have decided to let their guests discover the Château of Versailles during a private surprise tour on Friday, May 23, the eve of their wedding," a statement by the couple and officials at the Louis XIV estate read.
"In making this choice, they are contributing to a better understanding and maintaining the exceptional heritage of the castle of Versailles, which is classed a World Heritage site UNESCO."