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Kim and Kanye have wedding problems due to French air traffic controllers strike

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The marriage of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West on May 24 is coming close. They are busy trying to get things done for their day, but it seems that not everything is falling into place for the larger than life reality stars.

So far, they plan to have their guests arrive in Paris where they would treat their guests to rehearsal dinner. Then, everyone would board two private jets that would whisk the happy couple and their guests to Florence, Italy. This would work well, if the French air traffic controllers weren't going on strike.

A source tells Radar Online, “Kim and Kanye have been told their private planes full of guests get last priority in and out of Charles De Gaulle and Orly airports.”

Apparently, Kim is in panic mode. She is certain that her fairy tale, perfect, one of a kind wedding to the man that she loves, is jinxed. So now, the wedding planners are trying to come up with a Plan B.

The source explains this plan as, “They are now looking into renting rail cars to get guests to Florence from Paris. They do have a site in Paris also available to hold the wedding.”

Kim apparently believes that their private planes full of wedding guests, heading to Kim and Kanye's wedding, should be able to take off anytime they want.

Isn't it just like the air traffic controllers picking the time of their wedding to go on strike? How many of my readers feel sorry for Kim and Kanye having to deal with this? Tell your thoughts below in the comment section.

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