5 Things To Know About Keyshia Ka’Oir’s Boss Wedding Planner Kathy Romero

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Charli Penn Dec, 18, 2017

Season 1 of The Wopsters’ reality show is coming to a close on Tuesday, but we’re not ready to say goodbye to the couple’s fabulous wedding planner.

On October 17th, when millions tuned in to watch Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka’Oir exchange vows live, their fans also got a first look at the couple’s sweet, no-nonsense wedding planner, Kathy Romero.

Over the last nine weeks, time rewound and viewers tuned in to Gucci Mane & Keyshia Ka’Oir: The Mane Event on Tuesday nights to watch the couple plan and execute their dream wedding day. Straightforward bride-to-be Ka’Oir made sure that her team met her every bridal demand and along the way, Romero was the high-powered boss planner juggling it all with class and a smile.

Here are five things to know about the woman Ka’Oir entrusted with her multi-million dollar wedding and helped to make her dreams come true.

She’s Not New To This
Throughout her 21 years in the industry, Romero has planned over a thousand major events and weddings. Before owing her own wedding planning company Kathy was General Manager for a medical communications agency where she oversaw events for blue chip companies in the United States and Europe.

She’s A Planner To The Stars
Romero’s celebrity client lists includes DJ Khaled, Sean Parker, The Davises, Ken Leung, and Latham Thomas.

She’s A Jersey Girl
Romero’s primary planning business is based in New Jersey where she welcomes clients in her fiercely decorated 2.000 sq. ft. studio.

She Was Once Part Of Preston Bailey’s Dream Team
In between running her own business, Romero joined famed wedding designer Preston Bailey’s dream team, where she worked as the Global Event and Wedding Planner and later became the CEO.

She’s Paying It Forward
Romero isn’t just a planner to the stars, she’s also teaching young planners how to take their event planning to the next level. Romero recently launched KR: The Collective, a community and platform planners can learn the tools they need to plan A-list and mega events. In her free time, Romero also speaks to young female entrepreneurs to empower them to chase their dreams and fulfill their business goals.