Wedding Plans For Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries?
Kim Kardashian‘s engagement ring and wedding plans are a “world exclusive” on the cover of Life & Style, which would be interesting… if Kardashian had either an engagement ring or wedding plans. She does not.
Just like she had no plans for the “dream wedding” OK! put on its cover last month. But why should a little thing like reality get in Life & Style‘s way? Instead, the magazine reports Kardashian and Kris Humphries “are talking engagement rings, wedding dates – and even what they’ll name their children!”
As for the ring, Life & Style claims Kardashian and Elizabeth Taylor had a heart-to-heart about jewelry before the screen legend died last month, and that Kardashian has decided she wants a 10-carat ring designed by Lorraine Schwartz. (For what it’s worth, the last round of bogus rumors had Kardashian asking Neil Lane to design the bling.)
In terms of their timetable, Kardashian is “planning on taking time off to move to Kris’ home state of Minnesota for at least a month” to focus on their relationship, according to the tab, and “by the time they return, they could be engaged.” A so-called “friend” tells Life & Style that Kardashian will “take a trip to Paris to shop for a Chanel couture wedding gown.” (Last month, she’d allegedly “picked out” a Vera Wang dress.)
And when will the actual nuptials be? Life & Style has no clue, saying only that Kardashian will marry Humphries “this year.” Uh-huh. Of course, if the couple does NOT wed in the next eight months, no one will remember the tabloid’s totally made-up announcement.
Could Kardashian and Humphries wind up getting married? Sure – but Gossip Cop doesn’t expect it to happen anytime soon. A friend of the couple tells us that while it’s true Kardashian (who’s been married once before) has long thought about another trip down the aisle, the two aren’t discussing any plans.
This summer, when NBA player Humphries is on his off-season, will be especially critical to the future of their relationship. We hear that that the pair simply hasn’t spent enough time together (yet) to be planning a wedding.