Beyonce and Jay-Z 'set to renew vows'

Beyonce and Jay-Z 'set to renew vows'

Beyonce Knowles and Jay-Z are reportedly set to renew their wedding vows next year.

The superstar couple – who married on 4 April 2008 – recently had a romantic break in Paris, France, and while they are keen to start a family together in the future, they want to prove their love for each other first by renewing their vows on their fourth wedding anniversary.

A source told Now magazine: “In Paris, Beyonce told jay she wanted to have another wedding ceremony before seriously considering babies. Jay jumped at the chance to prove again he’s committed forever.

“Bey saw a couture wedding dress she wants while they were there, but the cute thing is they’re both superstitious about the number four – which is why they married on the fourth day of the fourth month. They’ll have four years of marriage behind them next year and they want to make it a big one. They’ve set aside over $1m for it. Expect bling like you’ve never seen before.”

While they are busy planning their vow renewals, the couple celebrated their three year anniversary with a romantic trip to Paris, where no expense was spared.

The source continued: “They combined work with their anniversary and Jay pulled out all the stops to make it special. They flew in his private jet and stayed at Le Meurice hotel, which overlooks the Tuileries Palace Gardens. It’s the most expensive hotel in the city by far. Their suite had a private kitchen, a glass enclosed dining room and huge open-air terrace.”

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