The first year of marriage is supposed to be the hardest, but imagine spending your honeymoon shacked up with your sister, her boyfriend, and their small child! That's exactly what marriage has been like so far for newlyweds Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries, who wed only two short months ago. If that doesn't compound the difficulties of the first year of marriage, we don't know what does! The Lowdown On Kim Kardashian And Kris Humphries' Lavish Wedding!
"It's not been ideal because you're newlyweds and you want privacy. We have to find our home base," Kim told People on her birthday, which she celebrated in Las Vegas with her new hubby and family.
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Unfortunately, filming of her show Kourtney and Kim Take New York has forced the Armenian beauty to put finding that home base on hold for a while, and it doesn't sound like it's been easy. The newlyweds have been sharing a hotel suite with Kim's sister Kourtney Kardashian, her boyfriend Scott Disick, and their almost 2-year-old son Mason. Even for a family like the Kardashians—who are used to being up in each other's business—this sounds like a bit much!
Per usual, the rest of the family is also weighing in on by trying to convince us that everything is fine in Kardashian land. 3 Reasons Why The Obamas Don't Like The Kardashians
"They're going two separate directions with work," Kim's mother, Kris Jenner, told People. "They'll figure it out as soon as they get back."
Kim's younger sister Khloe, who's been married to Lamar Odom for two years, chimed in, "We're a tough crowd. I think it's just a lot of transition for him. It's a work in progress. I really think he's a nice guy, and he loves her."
Whether this is just a minor hiccup in their marriage together or signs of an already crumbling union, we have no doubt Kim and Kris are very glad they signed that prenup! Kim Kardashian And Kris Humphries Sign Most Unsurprising Prenup
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