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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. Pictyre: Getty Images

Kim Kardashian has confirmed speculation she plans to marry fiance Kanye West in their "second home" of Paris in a few months.

Rumours recently began swirling the duo, who became engaged last year, had locked in their nuptials for the northern summer in the French capital, where they own an apartment and have been staying for Paris Fashion Week.

Though she would not comment on the exact location, Kardashian told US TV host Jimmy Kimmel her third wedding would take place in the city of love. "We will be getting married this summer, hopefully, in Paris," the 33-year-old said.

"We love it there. It's our second home. We spend so much time there, we have an apartment there. I'm not telling you where or the date. But I think it's kind of obvious it's in Paris."

Kardashian debunked talk they would tie the knot at the Palace of Versailles after she and West recently took a VIP tour of the famous site.

"We took a private tour and everyone thought we were picking that as our wedding place," the reality starlet said. "We're not (getting married there), we were just taking a tour!"

But insiders said the couple were, in fact, keen for a lavish ceremony at the palace but officials thought they were "not classy enough" to get married at the estate.

Meanwhile, the duo are said to be courting Lady Gaga to perform at their wedding reception.

"They were desperate to get the star's involvement, which is why she's the first person to be asked," a source told The Sun.

"She's ideal . . . Kanye has always been a fan of her style and performance art. But also, Kim loves her music."

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