Kim Kardashian's big wedding day is set to air on Sunday as part of a special called "Kim's Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event" and the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star recently revealed that although most of her major life moments are caught on camera, it took a while for her to decide to share her wedding with television audiences.
"We [Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries] took weeks to decide if we were going to film it or not, but I felt like my fans -- everyone that has gone on this journey with me, seeing different relationships that I've been in -- would feel cheated if I didn't film it," Kardashian told InStyle Australia in a recent interview. Kardashian graces the cover of the magazine's November issue. "It was something that Kris and I were okay with, and the beauty of it is we get to edit it. It [will be] great to look back at that and see this time in our lives."
Kardashian and Humphries officially tied the knot back in on August 20 at a picturesque $20-million estate in Montecito, which is located in wine country, near Santa Barbara. This is Kim Kardashian's second marriage. She married her first husband, music producer Damon Thomas, in 2000, when she was 19 years old. The two divorced in 2004.
Kardashian and Humphries began dating in December 2010 and the basketball player proposed in May with a $1 million, 20.5 carat engagement ring.
Although the event was a grand affair complete with three separate wedding dresses worn by Kardashian through out the day and night, she said the wedding "still felt intimate."
Kardashian also told the magazine that although the family is constantly involved with reality projects beyond "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," like "Khloe & Lamar" or "Kim & Kourtney Take New York," it has not taken a toll on their tight bonds.
"You usually see reality shows where the family tears [each other] apart. For us, it's brought us closer together," Kardashian told the magazine, according to Just Jared. "When we're filming, we're all in the same city at the same time -- which is rare, because we're all traveling so much -- so it forces us to stay together more."
Kardashian recently opened up OnTheRedCarpet.com about where she'd love to start a family.
"I think close to my family in L.A. with Mason as a cousin," Kardashian told OnTheRedCarpet.com. "That's where I was born and raise so that's all I really know."