Sounds like Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have decided that bigger isn't always better. The couple are scaling back their wedding plans and instead arranging for a "super, super small" ceremony in Paris later this year, the bride-to-be told Ryan Seacrest on his KIIS FM radio show on Tuesday, Feb. 25.
"We're having a super, super small, intimate wedding," she told the Keeping Up With the Kardashians producer. "As we go along, we're realizing we want it to be smaller and more intimate than people are imagining and thinking."
"Small" may be relative, though. After all, West has a tendency toward big gestures, like his epic proposal on Kardashian's 33rd birthday, when he rented out a baseball stadium and invited all of her family and friends -- not to mention an entire orchestra -- to witness their engagement.
"He told me he was actually nervous about proposing, because he was worried you might not say yes," Seacrest told North's mom.
"I don't know how he could ever think that!" she replied. "I believe in his heart, he knew I'd say yes. I mean, we have a child together, we have loved each other a really long time, and I think it's the right time."
Indeed, things seem to be going swimmingly for the couple, who welcomed little Nori last June. "I'm loving life right now," Kardashian told Seacrest. "My daughter is the cutest thing ever...I'm loving being a mom."
"I never thought I would say that. I went into this so scared -- so scared of every last thing pregnancy meant, and motherhood, and the responsibility," she confessed. "And everything everyone tells you about having a kid -- how it'll change your life, and it's the greatest experience, and you'll love it -- it's that times 100."
"She's the sweetest, she's the calmest," she added of Nori. "All she does is laugh. She'll laugh at anything. I'll put my toe right near her, and she'll crack up. She's the sweetest, happiest baby I've ever seen."
Eventually, she said, she'd like to give North a sibling or two -- but no more than that. "I don't think I can do more than three tops. That would be my absolute top top tops," she admitted. I even contemplate, 'Should North be an only child?' But then I contemplate all the...fun experiences I had, so I might have to tough it out."
Her nephew, for one, is hoping the next kid is a boy. "I was talking to [Kourtney's son] Mason about it the other day, and he was like, 'Can you make a boy? I need a friend to play with,'" Kardashian recalled. "And I was like, 'Let me think about that!'"