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Hang on, Kim and Kanye are actually in a castle in Limerick?

Castle Oliver is where it’s at, apparently.

Image: Ballyhoura

THEY MAY HAVE landed in Cork Airport at the weekend, but the Kim and Kanye attention has now shifted to Limerick, where it’s believed the honeymooning couple have rented a castle.

The Limerick Leader reports that the newlyweds are suspected to be holed up in Castle Oliver outside the village of Ardpatrick.

Locals have been keeping an eye on the 15 acre estate, which is one of Ireland’s biggest private homes. Áine Fitzgerald’s report in the Limerick Leader quotes the owner of the castle as saying she can’t comment on who might be occupying the residence.

Masterchefs Hospitality, a Limerick-based catering company which often provides services to the castle tweeted yesterday:

It’s understood Kim and Kanye are travelling with their own staff, with the Irish Independent reporting that they departed Cork Airport in a fleet of cars. The pair’s baby daughter North West has returned to the US with Kim’s mother Kris Jenner.

Yesterday an airport source told DailyEdge.ie that rumours that the private plane which landed on Sunday actually belonged to Bill Clinton were untrue.

Locals in Ardpatrick have been trying to get a glimpse of the couple, who have not been seen since their presumed arrival in Ireland, despite many dodgy Photoshop attempts.

Meanwhile reporters and photographers from Ireland and the UK have also been attempting to track down Kim and Kanye, getting as close as possible to Castle Oliver.

Cork Airport issues strongest hint yet that Kim and Kanye West landed there>

We’re not falling for any of these Kim and Kanye sightings in Cork>

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