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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have lunch at Valentino Chateau ahead of wedding
Kanye West, Kim Kardashian and the rest of her famous family have headed to the Valentino Chateau in Paris for brunch with the designer ahead of the couple's nuptials on Saturday.
The wedding party were spotted leaving their hotel to visit the chateau wearing stunning Valentino outfits.
Kim was spotted in a plunging, figure-hugging dress with embroidered khaki butterflies. Her hair had been pulled back into a faux bob and the mum-of-one looked incredible as she pushed baby North West along in her pram with mum Kris Jenner and her fiancé.
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Kanye, Kim and Kris headed to the Valentino Chateau for brunch
Sister Khloé was showing off the results of her gruelling gym sessions in an embroidered brocade minidress. The navy and orange number, which she paired with red rope heels, has a staggering £3,647.72 price tag.
"It's in the details.... @lorraineschwartz #Cartier #Valentino," Khloé wrote alongside a snap of her dress and jewellery.
Eldest sister Kourtney was channelling a bridal look in a white, floor-sweeping number by the brand, paired with a white leather jacket. The gown, also by Valentino, costs £2,595.
The wedding party arriving at the Valentino Chateau
Kylie Jenner also attended the exclusive lunch. The teenager wore a cream coat over a grey stretch dress and nude sandals. Her hair was slicked back and her make-up was kept neutral.
Model Kendall, meanwhile, was rocking a black, halterneck jumpsuit with slits across the bodice.
The outfits are likely to be the Valentino gifts that were delivered to Kim and Kanye's hotel suite earlier this week when four Valentino dry-cleaning bags were dropped off at their Paris abode two days ago.
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- Kris Jenner
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- Khloe Kardashian
- Kendall Jenner
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