Kim Kardashian reportedly doesn’t like Kanye West’s new wife Bianca Censori

It was reported this week that Kanye West married Bianca Censori, an employee of West’s who has primarily worked with him on design, fashion and architectural projects. As such, she’s been a part of West’s life for some time, which means West’s ex-wife Kim Kardashian knows her well. And Kardashian reportedly hates her, having long suspected that Censori and West had more going on between them than professionalism.

“Kim hate her,” an insider told Page six. “She’s pretty. And Kim hates pretty girls.”

Censori is Australian and received a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in architecture from the University of Melbourne, after which he worked at Toscano Architects and Kolektiv before becoming Yeezy’s head of architecture in November 2020.

The new couple had a private wedding ceremony, according to a story from TMZ Friday, although it may not be a legal union. Although they were both later seen wearing wedding rings, there is no evidence of a marriage certificate.

The couple were reportedly honeymooning in Utah at the Amangiri resort at the Grand Circle of National Parks and Monuments. On Monday, they were spotted together at the Waldorf Astoria in Beverly Hills on a date, with Censori wearing her hair short and bleached blonde, very different from her usual long dark locks.

West recently released a track titled “Censori Overload.”

“And the Bible said, ‘I can have no more sex’ before the wedding,” the text says.

Kardashian and West have been separated since 2021, but their divorce was only finalized two months ago. They were married in 2014. West has been romantically linked to several women since breaking up with the mother of his four children, including Uncut gems actress Julia Fox. Kardashian was in a relationship for less than a year with comedian Pete Davidson, which ended last summer.

Aimée Lutkin is weekend editor at Her writing has appeared in Jezebel, Glamour, Marie Claire and more. Her first book, The lone hunter, will be published by Dial Press in February 2022.

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