Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's Matching Style Takes The Cannes Film Festival 2012!

Move over Brangelina: there’s a new power couple in town – and they are HOT. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West took the red carpet at Kannes Cannes by storm this week, and looked picture perfect in – wait for it – matching outfits. Oh yes, it’s that serious – and we love it.

Rumour has it that Kim wants nothing more than to be the next Brangelina, even going so far as to pen the affectionate nickname ‘Kimye’ herself. (Yes, it’s true and we’re afraid you’re just going to have to go with it: it’s catching on fast.) The pair partied the night away on none other than P-Diddy’s yacht – Kim even tweeted ‘What an incredible night in Cannes, France!’ – before they were spotted nursing their hangovers with a stroll and an ice cream the next day. And that’s not all - apparently they’re already at the pet names and hand-holding stage, with Kim calling her new fella her ‘baby’. (Bleurrrgh Aww…)

But despite Kimye being ever so slightly sickly, we’ve got to hand it to them - we couldn’t help ourselves ‘ooh-ing’ and ‘ahh-ing’ over Kim’s sparkling Balmain number, and Kanye looked equally dashing in his matching white blazer and tee. And it did make us smile to see that smitten kitten Kanye just couldn’t take his eyes off his new beau.

The pair were celebrating in Cannes as, inbetween rapping, designing a fashion line and making personalised earrings for Kim, Kanye managed to create a short film called 'Cruel Summer'.

Love it or loathe it, it looks like Kimye are here to stay. So the bets are on: how long until Kanye proposes and – dare we say it – how long would the marriage last? Let us know what you think below!



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