October 29, 2013 03:20:17 GMT
On the red carpet of her birthday party at Tao in Las Vegas, Kim says that she will take her baby daddy's last name and make Kardashian her middle name.
Kim Kardashian said that she wanted to take Kanye West's last name after getting married. The 33-year-old reality star made the revelation on the red carpet of her birthday party at Tao in Las Vegas last week, telling E! News that she would make Kardashian her middle name.
The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star also talked about her surprise engagement which took place at San Francisco's AT&T Park on her birthday. "I cried afterwards. I was shaking. And when you're like, 'Is this really happening?' But you're just shaking... I honestly had no idea, none whatsoever," she said.
"I knew we were going to San Francisco for my birthday, because he had a show there the next night. So I thought it was just a birthday dinner," Kim continued. "My eyes were closed and then I got up and I still the whole time I didn't think it was a proposal. I thought it was dinner on the baseball field and we had a nice orchestra. I still didn't get it... when he got on his knee, I kind of figured out what was going on," the mother of one, who admitted that she left the wedding plan to her baby daddy, added.
In a separate interview, the "Black Skinhead" rapper hinted at what to expect from his wedding with the reality star. "Two words. Fighter jets," he told Big Boy Neighborhood as he stopped by Power 106 radio station on Monday, October 28, adding that he and Kim probably would get married sometime "next summer."
"I gotta apologize to the race of males for turning it up so much," Kanye said of his lavish proposal. Kanye actually prepared three different rings prior to the proposal and the 15-carat Lorraine Schwartz ring was chosen the night before.
"I wanted to marry that girl from the first time I saw her. I just had to wait through a bunch of relationships to finally get my chance... It's just patience. You know with certain things, you're like, 'Yo, this is what's right for me, and this is what I should be doing.' And you gotta be patient," the rapper told Big Boy.