Kim Kardashian in custom Balmain at the Cannes Lions Festival yesterday [Getty]
It has been four weeks since a little thing called the Kimye wedding, and now Kim Kardashian has spoken about the extravagaza for the first time at the Cannes Lions Festival. Kim said to the Mail Online: "I feel as though we’ll always be in the honeymoon period. We always say we really like to treat each other like it’s our birthday."
She added: "I try to treat him like it’s his birthday every single day. I think we’ll always be like that. We always try to make life as fun and enjoyable as possible." We reckon on planet Kimye that doesn't mean a Colin the Caterpillar cake each afternoon, but regular deliveries of flower walls and shopping sprees at Balmain.
[Instagram: Kim Kardashian]
Mrs Kardashian West attended the Cannes Lions yacht party in a white custom Balmain 'rope' gown with heavy gold embellishment. Kanye meanwhile revisited their wedding spot - the Forte di Belvedere in Florence - last night for the Ermanno Scervino show. We were there, strides away from the man himself, Instagramming the whole shebang.
So how do they stay in the honeymoon phase when they are in different countries? Kim revealed the secret to this birthday feeling is a phone bill of Kimye proportions: "We do travel, and work really hard, when we’re together – and even when we’re apart, we’re always on the phone 24/7 – just trying to make that time as memorable as possible."
Nothing about the Kimye wedding was subtle - the whole works cost an estimated £6 million. You might remember that Andrea Bocelli sang during the ceremony and it turns out Kim was even surprised by that one - she expected just his CD. She said: ‘Having Andrea Bocelli sing at our wedding as I’m walking down the aisle. I didn’t even know it was really him. It was so Kanye to have him there. I should have expected that. I got up the altar and didn’t even see him standing there. And I turned around when my sisters were helping me fix my veil, and I did a double-take – I thought it was a CD of him singing."