The only cameras rolling or taking photos at Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's wedding will be their own, because as RadarOnline.com has learned, guests who attend the star-studded I Do’s will be forced to sign strict confidentiality agreements during which they'll agree not to discuss any details of the nuptials with the media.
What’s more, cell phones will be strictly banned and confiscated if discovered!
The high-profile couple do not want a repeat of West’s marriage proposal to Kardashian, which was leaked online by YouTube co-founder, Chad Hurley.
“Guests will have to go through extensive security, even most of Kim and Kanye's celebrity friends,” a source said.
"Mobile devices will be held at a secure location and if someone needs to use during the festivities, accommodations will be made, but a long way away from the festivities. This is all designed to discourage guests from using their phones."
If someone violates terms of the contract, they will likely be sued, the insider added.
"Kim and Kanye will be licensing the wedding photos for sale and it will also be broadcast on E! as part of their Keeping Up With The Kardashians series," a source said.
The wedding, likely to be in Pairs, is scheduled to take place on May 24.
But two wedding guests will not have to suffer the same fate, RadarOnline.com has been told.
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"He knows that neither one of them would betray his trust."
For every year Kardashian is married to West, she will get $1 million, capped at $10 million, we learned.
The title of their Bel Air, Calif., mansion will also be in Kardashian’s name, even though Westis footing a majority of the bill. Kardashian will also keep all jewelry and gifts given to her by West.
What’s more, money she earns from Keeping Up With The Kardashians, her clothing line and promotional appearances, will be considered separate and her sole income.
One of West’s life insurance policies — it’s valued at $20 million — will name Kardashian as the beneficiary, for life, even in the event of a divorce.
There are no clauses in the agreement concerning custody arrangements of their daughter, North.