Kim Kardashian Ordered Christmas Cards Featuring Kris Humphries?

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By Michael Lewittes


“Oops! Kim Kardashian Ordered Christmas Cards With Doomed Wedding Day Photo,” reads the headline of a story from RadarOnline. Wait for the real “Oops.”

According to the webloid, Kardashian “committed an expensive festive snafu, having placed an order with a high end stationery company to produce Christmas cards featuring her and her soon-to-be ex-husband, Kris Humphries on their wedding day.” Of course, RadarOnline knows a thing or two about snafus.

Anyway, the blog says that before Kardashian and Humphries went on their honeymoon to the Amalfi coast in August, “Kim instructed the stationery company to prepare options for her Christmas cards, featuring their official wedding portrait which was taken on the staircase inside the Montecito estate where the nuptials took place.” The site goes on to quote a so-called “source” as saying that Kardashian “wanted her Christmas cards to be perfect, and she wanted at least 10 different choices of holiday cards, black and white, matted finish, you name it, Kim thought of it.”

“The proofs were delivered to Kim in mid-September, and she conveyed to the owners of the company that she was very pleased with the results. Kim said she would get back to them with a final choice, but alas, she never did, for obvious reasons,” adds the the alleged “source.” Oddly, RadarOnline doesn’t mention the name of the stationary card company that was supposedly taking Kardashian and Humphries’ sunlight-filled photos from this summer to use for, ahem, Christmas cards. That’s because this webloid’s story is made up.

In fact, Kardashian tweeted yesterday, “Shooting our family Christmas card today. u guys will love our theme this year. Hanging w the fam is the best!” Still, Gossip Cop checked in with a mutual friend of ours and Kardashian, and we’re told the RadarOnline tale is absolutely “not true.”

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