Kanye West


Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have landed in yet another European city rich with history and culture.

That's just so like those two!

After spending several days honeymooning in Ireland, the newlyweds jetted to Prague, where Kanye's stylist is getting married this weekend.

Meanwhile, the non-sunny-and-tropical theme of their honeymoon continued, as it was pouring rain in the Czech Republic capital when they got there. The hood on Kanye's hoodie was put to good use, while Kim appeared to be shielding herself from both the rain and the paparazzi with her laptop case.

Kim Kardashian


The couple kicked off their first days as a married couple in Ireland, first checking in at the palatial Castle Oliver in County Limerick. They toured Ballyhoura by bicycle, looking "totally immersed" with their surroundings, according to a source.

"They couldn't believe the views," the insider added. "It was just a totally different part of the world that they had never experienced. They were engrossed in the environment and they enjoyed being able to escape."

Castle Oliver, Ireland

Daughter North Westis back home in L.A. with grandma Kris Jenner while her parents are having alone time.

After Kimye's nuptials in Florence, everyone flew back to Paris, where the celebratory prelude to the wedding took place. While Kris, Bruce and Kendall and Kylie Jenner returned to L.A., Khloe Kardashian jetted to New York and Kourtney Kardashian andScott Disick stayed to enjoy the City of Light for a few more days with son Mason and daughter Penelope

To see the road to Kim and Kanye's wedding—from Los Angeles to Paris to Italy—tune in to the new season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, premiering Sunday June 8 on E!.

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