Kim Kardashian “falls in love fast” and adores planning out weddings

Me and my man: Kim Kardashian with her latest beau Kanye West
Me and my man: Kim Kardashian with her latest beau Kanye West©Rex Features

Kim Kardashian has revealed that she’s a sucker for weddings and loves planning them out – but recently insisted she’s “not thinking” about getting hitched to latest love Kanye West.

The twice-married reality TV star doesn’t have the best track record when it comes to weddings.

She first got hitched when aged just 19 to music producer Damon Thomas, but they divorces just four years later in 2000.  

And last year Kim married basketball player Kris Humphries after a whirlwind relationship in a celebrity-packed ceremony. Just 72 days later she filed for divorce citing “irreconcilable differences”.

But the star admitted she’s still a big softie when it comes to love.

"I've always been the type to fall in love fast and, with every boyfriend, I plan out my wedding in my head. It's taught me to take things slow," she told InStyle magazine’s August issue, which is out now.

"I've always believed in love. I haven't always been so lucky, but I still do believe in it."

The star recently insisted that she won’t be getting hitched to her latest boyfriend Kanye West though.

But it isn’t because he hasn’t asked; a source told OK! magazine that the Through The Wire rapper would love to make Miss K his bride.

“One more than one occasion Kanye said: ‘Kim will you marry me?’. He’d be dead serious if she said yes,” the insider revealed.

We can’t wait to see how glitzy that particular wedding would be, should it go ahead!

Meanwhile it has emerged that the couple recently shunned their usual showbiz parties for a very worthwhile visit to the Children's Hospital in Los Angeles, where Kim has volunteered for years.

While there the starry pair played games and autographed CDs.

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