Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom actually got married on Sunday at a private ceremony in Beverly Hills. The wedding was also filmed for her reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians. At 5:12 p.m., Khloe drove down the aisle in a custom fitted motorized wheelchair. No, actually, PEOPLE says she walked in a Vera Wang gown. Probably because they couldn’t get the motorized wheelchair in time.
TMZ says the wedding had to take place on Sunday because E! was footing the $1 million bill. This was a problem for Lamar because he wanted a prenup. Instead, he’ll have to settle on a postnup which will be figured out and signed afterward. Therefore, there’s speculation that the wedding wasn’t legally binding.
Now here’s the intrigue. There’s talk that Sunday’s wedding might not be the real deal — it could be a non-binding ceremony. It’s common with a postnup that bride and groom would not officially tie the knot until after they sign the document. What they typically do sign before the ceremony is an acknowledgment that it’s not really an official wedding, to prevent misunderstandings down the road.
When Khloe first heard about the possibility of two weddings, her eyes got real wide and she asked, “You mean I get two cakes?!” She almost died of happiness right then and there. True story.