Reality star and all-around important person Kim Kardashian is as fickle with her romantic notions as baby Mason is with shoes, so let us briefly recap. A year ago, Kim klaimed that she would remain happily single for an entire year. In May, she broke that promise when she became engaged to NBA-player-slash-fart-enthusiast Kris Humphries. Finally, after quietly marrying in a tasteful ceremony last August, Kim shocked planet Earth by filing for divorce 72 days later. This was a lot for one mere Kardashian to handle, so Kim invited sisters Kourtney and Khloé to her intimate post-game tête-à-tête with Glamour magazine. On the topic of love, marriage, and her possibly permanently empty womb, here’s what Kim (and Khloé) had to say:
- “I think I need to not live in a fairy-tale like that,” insisted the woman who rented a fleet of Rolls Royce Phantoms for her wedding. “I think I maybe need to just snap out of it and be a little more realistic.”
- Sister Khloé, however, has survived two years of marriage with Los Angeles Lakers forward Lamar Odom, and believes that Kim will definitely find what she’s looking for. “I love Kim’s belief in love and the fact that she feels so strongly about it. She has that dream every girl has.”
- When Kim started to feel sorry for herself that her dream of marrying the rich, handsome, camera-ready athlete that every girl deserves had not yet come into fruition, Khloé offered a much-needed dose of reality. No, not Kardashian reality. Real person reality. “[Being single] is fine,” she said. “But I’m your sister and I know why you don’t have [love] right now. But I know you will get it again.” After all, the NBA lockout ended last week, and Blake Griffin is still single. “I hope I do,” Kim mused while casually studying next year’s roster. “But by then I hope maybe I’m a little bit more realistic…[about] the fact that what I want isn’t possible.” “What, a guy on a white horse coming to get you?” Khloé replied. “That doesn’t happen!”
- Another thing that might not happen for Kim is children. Kim told Glamour that as the years go by, little Kristine, Kamilla, Kharlie, and Kris Kross are becoming far less likely. “At first I was like, I want six kids,” she said. “Then I went down to four, then I was down to three… and now I’m like, maybe I won’t have any. Maybe I’ll just be a good aunt. At this moment in my life, I feel like maybe I’m not supposed to have kids and all that.”
- At this point, Khloé reminded Kim that divorce doesn’t necessarily lead to an empty life and a barren womb, and finally told her what we’d all been thinking: “Oh my God,” she said. “Don’t be dramatic all of a sudden!”
All of a sudden, right. That’s it for now, PopWatchers. Khloé and Kim won’t take Glamour until it hits newsstands on Dec. 6, but you can tell us what you think of their quotes, and the now-questionable future of the Kardashian family dynasty, in the comments.