Kylie, you are gleefully planning an extravagant $5 million televised wedding to Tyga and you want to invite his ex, Blac Chyna. Just remember that marriage is for life, it’s not for revenge.
First of all, should you really be thinking about making the huge commitment of marriage at all — no matter how mature you are for your age? You’re only 17! You don’t even turn 18 until Aug. 10. And just because your dear grandmother, Esther Jenner, on Caitlyn‘s side, married at 17, doesn’t mean that taking vows now is in any way the right thing for you to do. Marrying at 18 in 2015 is simply not the normal thing to do, even though it might have been when your grandmother was a young woman.
Kylie, you are just at the very start of your life. And even though you may love your older boyfriend, Tyga, 25, you really can’t be sure that you’ll feel the same way in a year, five years, or even 10 years from now. That’s because you are still growing and changing so much. You just graduated from high school!
I get the feeling that because two of your older sisters — Kim and Khloe Kardashian — married young, you feel like it’s the natural thing to do. Kim tied the knot for the first time when she was just 19, and Khloe said her vows with Lamar Odom at 25. But neither of those marriages lasted. Neither did your mother, Kris Jenner‘s, young marriage to Robert Kardashian.
Meanwhile, I also think you may have loved the extravagant and romanticism of Khloe’s wedding to Lamar, as well as Kim’s to Kanye West. It would be normal for you to have some romantic wedding envy. Plus, you’ve been through such a tough time, dealing with Blac Chyna’s jealousy and attempts to break up your relationship with Tyga. Why wouldn’t you want to rub your marriage in her face, and want to invite her to your wedding, where she could have a front row seat to your love?
We hear EXCLUSIVELY at HollywoodLife.com that you and Tyga “want [Blac] to see [your] love for herself…[You] want her in the front row, in hopes that she can witness what true love really is.” We also hear that you’d love to serve revenge really cold by actually handing your bouquet to Blac instead of throwing it to all the other single ladies.
Kylie, it seems as if your ideas about your marriage may have more to do with getting revenge than with actually planning a life with Tyga based on mutual interests and life goals. So Kylie, I’d suggest to put your matrimonial thoughts on hold and just concentrate on building a great relationship with Tyga and a fulfilling career for yourself. Revenge is momentary, marriage is long.
Do you agree, HollywoodLifers — is Kylie planning a wedding out of revenge or because she wants a lifetime commitment? Let me know.
— Bonnie Fuller