Kim Kardashian is worried bad weather could "ruin" her wedding.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star will tie the knot with Kanye West - with who she has 11-month-old daughter North - this weekend but she was overheard complaining about the wet conditions in Paris, France, yesterday during a family dinner at the Hotel Costes.
She said: "I hope the rain doesn't ruin my wedding."
A source added to Us Weekly magazine: "She made it clear that this bad weather is really getting to her. She's clearly spending millions getting married in Europe, and if it all turns into a wash-out she will be really unhappy."
While her loved ones tried to reassure her that conditions will improve by the weekend, it was clear the gloomy weather was still on her mind when they stepped out of the eatery for a visit to the Eiffel Tower.
She was heard saying: "This weather has to get better. Spring in Paris is meant to be about sunshine, but all we're getting is rain."
The restaurant is a favourite of Kanye's and he is a regular visitor when he is in the French capital, but he and his bride-to-be didn't spend long at the eatery, opting to join family including Kim's mother Kris Jenner and her estranged husband Bruce, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian, Kylie, Kendall and Brody Jenner, for just the later part of their meal.
A source told E! Online: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were joined by Bruce and Kris Jenner, sisters Khloé Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner and more family and friends for a fancy dinner at the Costes restaurant in France on Wednesday evening.
A source tells E! News, "They sat in a private room off the main dining area, which is where Kanye always likes to sit. He often comes and sits with Jay Z and Beyoncé there during Fashion Week and when they are all in town. Kanye is lovely and always comes here.
"There were around 14 of them. All the Kardashian sisters, who looked beautiful. They ordered an array of starters including avocados, prawns and salads, and then lots of main courses. Kim and Kanye came towards the end and only had dessert.
"The whole family and group also had champagne. They had a great time. All in all, they were here for about an hour and the bill was 2,400 euros, so they definitely had a good time!"
The wedding celebrations are due to begin tomorrow, with a private tour of the Palace of Versailles ahead of a rehearsal dinner there, for which guests are required to wear vintage French royalty-themed attire.
The wedding party and guests are then expected to fly by private jets to Florence, Italy, for the nuptials on Saturday.