After the 'pasta scandal,' the Kardashian-Jenner sisters switched to pasta

After the 'pasta scandal,' the Kardashian-Jenner sisters switched to pasta
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Usually, at a wedding, people give vent to their feelings and do not deny themselves anything. But our heroines are not like that! The Network is still discussing how much spaghetti was served to the guests of the banquet after the marriage of Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker and why the sisters went into a calorie gap after the wedding.

The wedding of Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker, which took place on Sunday, May 22, turned out to be extremely rich in scandals. Fortunately, it didn't come to a fight, but emotions were running high not only among the guests but also among those who saw the ceremony and the evening banquet almost live.

The web is still discussing the outfits of the newlyweds and the bride's family, invented and brought to life by lovers of bright colors and predatory prints, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. Some were embarrassed by the length of the bride's dress at the wedding ceremony, others by the images of the Madonna on bodices and veils, and still others by the way Dolce & Gabbana branded outfits sat on the Kardashian-Jenner sisters, even if the thin Kendall barely climbed the steps of the mansion in which famous family.

It is one thing to substitute another person instead of one, which Kim especially succeeded in rearranging children in the photo; another thing is to turn yourself into other people. Especially if you can compare it with honest paparazzi shots that everyone had the opportunity to take.

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It would seem that this is quite enough so that the wedding weekend could not be forgotten for a long time, but no! During the banquet, another scandal erupted - this time gastronomic. Internet users have been discussing the amount of pasta all day long, which guests were elegantly served, of course, on the colorfully painted plates of Dolce & Gabbana. Let's just say that the size of the portion made it possible to send it entirely into the mouth without opening it too wide.

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