After visiting London to promote her fashion line, Kim Kardashian has become quite the anglophile, and now she's hoping to hold an elaborate wedding across the pond.
Though Kardashian is still mired in stalled divorce proceedings with her ex husband Kris Humphries, her boyfriend Kanye West is reportedly hoping to ask her to marry him as soon as the divorce is final. And when he does, friends say Kardashian already has plans for their nuptial ceremony.
Her vision is similar to the royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton, and the reality star is hoping to carry out her big day as royally as possible.
''Kim would love to wed at Westminster Abbey like William and Catherine, but that won't be possible. Instead she's been looking at castles near London," an insider said. "She wants the most spectacular wedding and she's talking about having guests like Jay-Z and Beyonce, Eva Longoria, Lindsay Lohan, Rihanna and Katy Perry arrive in horse drawn carriages — just like the royal wedding.''
Kardashian and West have also been shopping for a home to share together in London. Kim reportedly fell head over heels in love with the city during a trip there to launch the Kardashian Kollection for Dorothy Perkins, and she thinks it would be the perfect place to settle down with West.
"[Kim and Kanye] are just fascinated with British culture. They so welcome in England and now feel ready for a change ... and a new challenge outside of the U.S," a source said. "Kim K. especially loves the idea of a cute, nice three bedroom townhouse located close to one of London's beautiful family parks."
And though they haven't chosen a home just yet, the couple reportedly already has some design ideas for what they want their lavish digs to look like.
"'It's going to be huge — at least 2,000 square feet. And luxury is top priority from the carpet to the light fixtures," the source revealed. "Kim and Kanye love Old Hollywood so that's going to be a theme with lots of white and cream with splashes of butter yellow and black and some leopard print.''