Nah! Kim and Kanye won't be selling their wedding pics for $1m!

2014-05-24 08:00

Los Angeles - Kim Kardashian will not sell her wedding pictures, despite receiving offers of up to $1m.

The reality star is set to marry rapper Kanye West - with whom she has 10-month-old daughter, North - on Saturday and although there is huge interest surrounding her nuptials, Kim and Kanye have decided to priorities their privacy and keep all photos of the big day to themselves.

Kim sold the pictures from her second marriage to Kris Humphries to People magazine for $1.5m as well as receiving $300 000 for their engagement announcement, and the ceremony was recorded and aired on E! reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

A source told the New York Daily News' Confidenti@l column: "Kim wants to handle the wedding with Kanye in a more private manner.

"There is huge interest in the wedding and in her dresses, and she's the most famous girl in the world. She understands publicity. But selling the pictures after everything that happened with the last wedding [to Kris Humphries] isn't the way to go and she knows that."

Kim - whose union to Kris only lasted 72 days - could expect to receive a bumper pay day if she change her mind and take a publication's offer for images.

The source explained: "If any other celebrity had been married for a few months after a two-hour E! special, they'd be unable to go back to the same well. She keeps getting bigger and bigger.
''If she chooses to sell exclusive wedding pictures, she'll make more than she did last time."

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