Kim K clears up wedding rumours

Last updated 11:41 08/05/2014
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Kim Kardashian's wedding to Kanye West will not be filmed for her family's reality show.

The 33-year-old took to her Twitter account on Wednesday to clear up some of the speculation surrounding her nuptials that will take place later this month. The first thing she clarified is the status of their relationship.

"Seeing so many different reports not gonna start disputing them all but a few I want to straighten out..." she wrote to her 21.1 million followers. "1. We are not married yet!"

The next rumour she cleared up will shock many of her loyal fans who have watched her reality show since it began in 2007.

Unlike her doomed 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries, this walk down the aisle will not be televised, well on her family's reality show that is.

"2. We are not filming our wedding for Keeping Up With The Kardashians. You will see everything leading up til & maybe even photos," she added. "As much as we would love to share these memories, privacy is our main priority."

The star then moved on to wedding details, including her guest list and what she would be wearing.

While some outlets have reported the ceremony and reception will be an over the top, extravagant affair, Kim revealed it will be anything but.

"3. No guest list has been released. Seeing fake ones. Especially not 1600 people invited like I just read. Its VERY small & intimate," she wrote.

"4. Seeing fake wedding dress pics of me. No one has seen my dress! Those photos are old or photo shopped."

The mother-of-one signed off by reminding fans to ignore stories that don't come direct from her, Kanye or her family regarding her May 24 nuptials.

"That's its! Unless you hear it from us please don't believe nonsense!" she said.

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