As if we don’t already have enough Kardashians in one universe, another one’s on its way. On an official press release, E! has announced that the eldest sister, Kourtney, is expecting another child.
Meanwhile, Kris Humphries filed for an annulment from his marriage to Kim. More on that not-quite-riveting piece of drama after we discuss Mason’s new status as big brother.
Kourtney, star of Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Kourtney and Kim Take New York, confirmed the news of her pregnancy to Us Weekly. She said: “Scott and I are so excited to announce that we are expecting our second child and are thrilled to be expanding the love in our family.”
Meanwhile, daddy Scott Disick said he wasn’t as shocked as that first time. “It wasn’t like we weren’t trying. We kind of just said, ‘If it’s meant to be, it’ll be.'”
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It’s also worth noting that Kourtney has just started her own webseries called Kourtney’s Mommy Blog on E! Online. For now, it features her time with Mason. But in a few months we’re pretty sure Baby no. 2 will find a place there. Good thing they’re too adorable to ignore.
In other Keeping Up with the Kardashians news, Kris Humphries filed for annulment and listed fraud as one of the reasons why. But an insider told Us Weekly that it’s not what it sounds like.
“The reason Kris is alleging ‘fraud’ is because the other options were ridiculous,” the source revealed. “If the marriage was a sham, he was in on it,” continues the insider. “Did he not see the cameras or get a cut of whatever money was made? The marriage was real. It was just a terrible and unhappy one.”
That may be so, but Kim maintains she really had feelings for her ex-husband. According to TMZ, friends of the reality star claimed she loved Kris. However, they just couldn’t keep it together.
As we’ve seen on Kourtney and Kim Take New York, these two couples have their problems like the rest of us. But at least one of them managed to work it out somehow. The other’s still wading through the upsetting aftermath. And we don’t know for how long.
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