As we approach the 24-hour mark since Kanye West asked Kim Kardashian to be his Mrs. Yeezus For Life, more and more details are leaking about last night’s big event. And the more we hear, the more we have to give it to Kanye: He knew to win Kim’s hand in marriage, he’d have to go big or go home alone. So settle in, Kimye fans, and let’s relive last night’s festivities.
After arriving back to San Francisco after a quick trip to Hollywood, Kanye headed to AT&T Park with Kim via chauffeured car. “All the lights were off at the stadium,” a source tells Us Weekly. “It was completely dark. Kim had no idea that any of her friends and family were there.” Just to make sure she didn’t see any of the 50 or so guests waiting in the wings, Kim had on a blindfold upon exiting the car.
Then, as the couple made their way on to the field, orchestral music began. Here, Kanye got down on bended knee and the lights turned on, revealing Kris, Kourtney, Khloe, Kylie, Kendall as well as friends Jonathan Cheban, Robin Antin, and more hiding in a nearby dugout. Not in the group, baby North West (sounds like it would have been a lot of activity for the four-month-old to handle).
“It was perfectly choreographed,” the source says of the night. “It was incredible!”
The lights up and the proposal accepted, Kimye’s friends and family flooded the field where they munched on sushi and sipped celebratory drinks. Kim was “freaking out but beaming and showing off the ring to everyone after.” Including, we hear, to cameras for a potential upcoming episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
We’ve already heard Kanye swore everyone — including the several “Silicon Valley billionaires” and the well-paid orchestra members — to secrecy. He was so committed to keeping the birthday surprise quiet, he only confided in one other person: Kris Jenner.
Everyone else in the family knew that something big was happening San Francisco (the girls claimed to be in Arizona at a spa with Kris, says Us Weekly) but they had no idea a diamond ring and a marriage proposal were involved! Way to go, Yeezus!
Source: Us Weekly