Kim Kardashian never misses an opportunity to play the “pity me” card. In Sunday night’s double episode of Kourtney and Kim Take New York, Kim Kardashian dishes up the dirt to her mom. Kardashian reveals that she “is enjoying” her time away from husband Kris Humphries.
Kardashian and her mother were in a cab while on a business trip to Dubai when she opened up about her marriage. She confides that her marriage is failing. “There’s something in my relationship that I feel isn’t right. I’m learning a lot of things about him that I didn’t really know before. And married life isn’t what I thought it would be with him. I keep thinking something is off.”
Bringing up her marriage to the late Robert Kardashian, Kris Jenner seems taken aback by her daughter’s comments. She revealed that during the first ten years of her relationship with Kardashian the two of them were “obsessed with each other”.
Jenner went on to say that “I didn’t even want him to go to work. This is not normal-that you don’t want to go home to your new husband.”
As Kim Kardashian has the final say on the editing of Kourtney and Kim Take New York, she’s making the most out of representing herself as the victim of bad guy Kris Humphries. A source close to the Kardashian clan had some insight to share with the media.
“Kim was stunned by the amount of bad press and the public relations nightmare she has endured since deciding to file for divorce. Kim will be using the show to attempt to rehab her image. Kim has been telling her inner circle that she has worked very hard to get where she has, and she isn’t going to let her marriage and subsequent decision to divorce Kris Humphries ruin that.”
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