Kim Kardashian’s wedding to her basketball playing fiancé, Kris Humphries, will take place on Saturday and the bride is not afraid to admit the fears surfacing before the big day.
Kardashian said she is apprehensive about walking down the aisle to her husband. The reality television star told Mario Lopez that although her stepfather Bruce Jenner would be present, she was afraid of taking a fall during her short stroll.
"I was so nervous to walk down the aisle by myself," Kardashian told Extra’s Mario Lopez at an award show on Sunday. “For some reason I wasn't thinking, like, 'Oh, Bruce will be there right with me,' so I was thinking, 'I'm gonna fall, I'm gonna faint, oh my God, my train!’”
Although Kardashian’s father died of cancer in 2003, Jenner married her mother, Kris, in 1991. Since then, the bride-to-be has openly spoken about the trouble of dealing with the loss of her father while embracing her father figure.
Aside from her fear of the actual walk down the aisle, Kardashian said she is not as nervous as expected. Instead, the bride who has planned her wedding in three months said she has enjoyed the process.
"I mean it’s been everything that I have dreamed of and more. I had no idea how much work really goes into wedding planning and I really do have this newfound respect for Sharon Sacks, my wedding planner,” Kardashian said. “
After dating for six months, Humphries popped the question on May 18. Kardashian told People magazine that she never expected her dream to come true so quickly, after her boyfriend proposed at her home.
"I didn't expect this at all," said 30-year-old Kardashian. "I was in such shock. I never thought it would happen at home, and I never thought now."