Fairytale Wedding

Topics: Kim Kardashian, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Bruce Jenner Pages: 2 (582 words) Published: October 16, 2012
Kim Kardashians Fairytale Wedding on E! Media Review

After going through her upsetting break up with her long term boyfriend, NFL’s New Orleans Saint’s Reggie Bush, Kim Kardashian struggled with romance for a while. After dating a few athletes, 30 year old Kim finally recruited the right one, 26 year old Kris Humphries of the NBA’s New Jersey Jets. After 6 months of dating Kris decided to ask Bruce Jenner, Kim Kardashian’s step father, for Kim’s hand in marriage. The wedding, along with everything else Kim does, was glamorous, stunning, fit for a princess. E! News named the event “Kim Kardashian’s Fairytale Wedding” and it was considered nothing less by anyone who attended. The two part event, shown first exclusively on E! on October 8th and 9th at 8pm/9pm c, let the world into Kim’s Bridezilla moments, Kris’s cold feet, and of course the infamous Kardashian drama along with the beautiful outcome of it all. From Kim telling Khloe Kardashian(the middle sister) she’s not welcome at the wedding to Kris ignoring Kim at the rehearsal to Kim breaking down about her father Robert Kardashian, who passed when she was younger of cancer, not being able to see it all happen, this extravaganza was a rollercoaster of events. The Kardashians are entertainment at its finest and adding a royally sized wedding to the mix only spices it up. Kim Kardashians Fairytale Wedding can be compared to Prince William and Kate’s wedding with an American twist when it comes to glamour and elegance. Sadly Kim’s fairytale did not last long and has ended uprubtly, just 72 days after their $10 million wedding, Kim Kardashian filed for divorce from Kris Humphries due to "irreconcilable differences." From inappropriate commenints made by Kim’s mom about the couples 3 month marriage to a feud over who keeps the $2 million engagement ring, The divorce debacle has become a public relations nightmare for the Kardashians. Because the marriage only lasted about 72 days, there is now speculation...
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