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Kimye is so in, which means that Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries (who were never even cool enough to garner a relationship nickname) are so last year. And Kardashian is doing everything in her power to make that official.
People reports that Kim wants her marriage to Kris to officially be dunzo by the time her already-famous fetus (fathered by Kanye West) arrives. Considering that she is due in early July, it’s obvious why the reality star is in a hurry. And so, Kardashian is asking a judge to declare her marriage over.
“I firmly believe that an immediate dissolution of our marriage will help create a new, full life for me. One chapter will be officially over, and a new one can begin. The same should hold true for (Humphries),” Kardashian wrote in court papers that she filed in January.
Kardashian has made it clear that she either wants a speedy trial date or to have the marriage dissolved. But Humphries, who’s a little busy playing some ball in Brooklyn, isn’t a fan of the speedy plan (How’s that for rhyming, Kanye?). Also, there’s the fact that Humphries doesn’t want a divorce. Instead, he’s requested an annulment on the basis of fraud. And he doesn’t think that Kardashian’s pregnancy should affect the trial.
But if Humphries learned anything while being married, it’s that he will not get the last word.
“I am currently pregnant by a man with whom I began a relationship well after I separated from (Humphries). I do not want to be married to (Humphries) when I have my baby. I am requesting the status of my marriage be determined for now for not only my health and welfare but also for the health and well-being of my unborn child. I should not be constrained in my financial and social endeavors by the fact that (Humphries) and I have a marriage which now exists in name only. I do not want the status of my marriage to affect any investment I wish to make, such as the purchase of a new residence,” Kardashian said.
And what Kim Kardashian wants, Kim Kardashian gets. Well, other than a cure for psoriasis.