Kim Kardashian to file for divorce from Kris Humphries after 10 Weeks Marriage
Kim’s own statement regarding her divorce,
“After careful consideration, I have decided to end my marriage, I hope everyone understands this was not an easy decision,I had hoped this marriage was forever but sometimes things don’t work out as planned. …….We remain friends and wish each other the best.”
I knew it!! I knew it!! I hate to say I told you so!
Once Ryan Seacrest puts his stamp of approval on it, then it is so. That’s exactly what he did on twitter. Seacrest tweeted,
‘Yes @KimKardashian is filing for divorce this morning. I touched base with her, getting a statement in just a few mins.’
I love this…..the couple have only been married for 72 days. They received $18 Million for the exclusive rights, photos and press coverage of their wedding. That amounts to $250,000.00 for everyday they were married.
OFFICIAL DIVORCE PAPERS
We even have a copy of the divorce papers! They are officially dated today, Halloween of 2011. Kim is already lawyered up. She is rolling with Laura Wasser who is Maria Shriver’s attorney. That’s reassurance just in case the pre-nup that Kris signed doesn’t do the trick.
THE SHOW MUST GO ON
Of course E! Has a lot at stake in this so they released a statement,
‘All of us at E! are surprised and saddened by this news, and we send our support to Kim and Kris at this difficult time.
‘The Kardashians have always been uniquely open with all aspects of their lives from joyous events to intimate moments to heartbreaking transitions.
‘E! will continue to share the fascinating real lives and larger-than-life existence of this close-knit family.’
MAYBE THIRD TIME WILL BE A CHARM
Don’t forget, this is Kim’s 2nd marriage. She was married to music producer Damon Thomas. She was 19 and he was 29. They eloped and that marriage lasted 4 years. Maybe third time will be a charm.
I know she better be more convincing then she was this time. I wasn’t buying into this whole charade to begin with. It was just Booty and the Beast!!
I bet Humphries is still trying to figure out what an “irreconcilable difference” is.
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