Kim Kardashian to join hubby Kanye at Irish gig next week for second honeymoon
Kim Kardashian looks set to make a sizzling return to these shores next week.
As first revealed in The Herald, the curvaceous reality TV star is due to join her hubbie Kanye West in Dublin when he performs here with Pharrell at Marlay Park on July 2.
Adding to speculation that we'll see the return of 'Kimye', as the couple are known, the star's support act Original Rudeboys said the rapper would be accompanied by his stunning new wife.
Speaking about the massive gig next week, the band told Spin 103: "We're pretty excited about it. Absolutely. We just got news this morning that his lovely wife should be heading over with him too."
Star-gazers will now be keeping their eyes peeled for the mega-bucks couple, who were only here last month for a surprise honeymoon.
After having their first baby together, smitten Kim had vowed to travel wherever Kanye goes on his tour as she didn't want the family to be separated.
Controversial Kanye took a break from his Yeezus tour for his nuptials to the E! reality star, with whom he has a one-year-old daughter North.
He has resumed touring and will take to the stage for the first time in six months with a performance in Norway's Oslo on June 29 before he comes back to Ireland.
His Dublin date will be followed by two performances at the Wireless festival in the UK before he heads down-under to start the Aussie leg of his tour.
He and Kim hit the headlines worldwide thanks to their impromptu trip here after their €13m Italian wedding last month.
She described it as a "calm and relaxing place" and said she had the "most relaxing, romantic honeymoon" staying in Ballyfin House in Laois and Castle Oliver.
Kim ditched the heels while she was here to go mountain bike riding in the Ballyhoura Mountains in Co Limerick and also went to the cinema in Tullamore with her hubbie.
A few days later, she raved about Ireland to her 21 million followers on Twitter.
She revealed how they celebrated Kanye's birthday here a few years ago and fell in love with the country back then.
Although their stay here was short and sweet, the newlyweds still managed to rack up a bill of a reported €45,000 on accommodation alone.