The most anticipated celebrity wedding of the year will still go ahead as planned.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are set to tie the knot in the French capital next month, despite reports that suggest they will have to postpone the ceremony.

Several reports have surfaced that claim their wedding would have to be put on hold due to a French law that requires a strict 40-day residency before they can get married in the country.

However, multiple sources have told E!News that this is just a rumor and it is "completely false."

Kim and Kanye are still expected to marry on May 24th, but they will have to consider the French law if they want to obtain a marriage license overseas.

According to the French Embassy in Washington D.C: ''All marriages must be performed by a French civil authority before any religious ceremony takes place."

''The mayor can authorise the deputy mayor or a city councillor to perform the ceremony in the town in which one of the parties tobe married has resided for at least 40 days preceding the marriage," the spokesperson added. ''These requirements cannot be waived.''

But what is to be expected of the stars' wedding day?

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Even though Kanye pulled off one of the biggest marriage proposals in human history last October (2013), their actual wedding could surprise people on how small the ceremony will be.

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Back in Febuary, the 33 year-old appeared on Ryan Seacrest's radio show and explained that it will be a "super, super small intimate" wedding. Adding, "As we are going along, we realize we want it to be smaller and more intimate than people are imagining and thinking."

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Kanye West and Kim Kardashian's wedding will still be on schedule