While prior reports claimed Kim Kardashian and fiance Kanye West obtained a "confidential" marriage license and wed in Los Angeles last week before heading off to Paris, new sources insist that never happened.

It's "not true," a source told E! News.

On the contrary, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star and West reportedly haven't even applied for a marriage license yet.

Kardashian and the rapper will, however, still "have a civil ceremony to acquire their marriage license" in the United States before marrying again in Paris, according to another E! News source.

The couple will reportedly wed in a lavish ceremony yet it won't be massive in size. Their nuptials in Paris will reportedly take place on May 24.

TMZ had reported last week Kardashian and West's confidential license enables a court official to come to them personally and perform a private ceremony in their home.

Kardashian and West will allegedly have three wedding ceremonies in total because after they wed in California and leave the country, French law requires two marriage events of its own -- a civil ceremony followed by a religious ceremony.

The couple welcomed a daughter, North "Nori" West, in June of last year and got engaged in October.

The reality TV star and West are keeping their wedding plans under wraps to the point their own guests won't even know the venue until they arrive in France later this month, Us Weekly reported.

"She hasn't even told her sisters," an insider recently told Us.