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Iggy won't be getting married in Mullum, but will visit soon

MULLUMBIMBY-raised rapper, Iggy Azalea, has said she won't be marrying her fiance, basketballer Nick Young, in Australia. 

The 25-year-old told the Today show this morning, that the size of their families meant they would probably have their wedding in the US.

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"He's got a large family and mine is quite small so it's easier to shift them all over here," she said.

"I did think of it, it would be nice to have a wedding in Australia [but] it's not a possibility."

However, that doesn't mean she's ruled out a trip down under altogether.

 

"Maybe a honeymoon," she said.

Iggy will be travelling back to Australia later this year as part of her role as brand ambassador for Bonds' 100th anniversary.

"I'm actually going to go back to Mullumbimby when I come and visit for this Bonds 100 thing later in the year," she told Wilkins.

"So I'm going to drag [Young] back to the old digs, show him around."

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