Kim Kardashian made a appearance on the Jimmy Kimmel Live last night wearing Ulyana Sergeenko Couture.
Kim Kardashian shared the unedited highlights of her now-infamous European marriage to Kanye West when she appeared on the Jimmy Kimmel Live show on Monday, Aug. 4—including details of her drunk sister and some rude last-minute VIP cancellations!
Wearing a low-cut, white jumpsuit and an aquamarine silk coat, both by Ulyana Sergeenko, the reality TV star looked a little nervous as she walked onto the set to join the host and his audience for the taping of the late-night show.
Once settled, Kardashian, 33, relaxed and seemed happy to divulge all the details of her wedding week in Paris, France and Florence, Italy. The wedding rehearsal at the historic Palace of Versailles was a huge event, she recalled, although some guests overindulged!
“I think everyone just had such a good time at Versailles that they drank too much,” Kim revealed. “Khloe drank a little too much the night before and I had to wake her up,” she added, of her 29-year-old sister. “She was laying down and getting her makeup done while she was sleeping, she was so hungover!”
Kim talked about the dual venues of Paris and Florence. “We wanted to share our love story,” she explained. As Us Weekly previously reported, Paris was chosen as the place the couple first fell in love, and Florence as it was the location of baby North’s conception.
The one downer of the event? Her last-minute no-show guests who threw arrangements—in particular the pre-engraving of guests’ names in a massive marble tabletop—into chaos.
“It was the worst,” Kim said, not naming any names, although, as Us reported at the time, Beyonce and Jay Z’s decision not to attend the wedding was very last minute. “We tried to put white paint and cover the names,” she explained of their marble-etching drama.
But despite the inconvenience, the blissful newlywed insists nothing could have spoiled her big day. “It was the most amazing experience just to be able to share it with so many family members and friends,” she said. “We wanted everyone to be on this love journey with us.”