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Kim Kardashian cries over divorce

23 January 2013, 13:36

Los Angeles - Kim Kardashian has cried for "months and months" over the breakdown of her marriage.

The brunette beauty feels frustrated that her estranged husband Kris Humphries - whom she split from in October 2011 after just 72 days of marriage - is still pushing for an annulment on the grounds of fraud but is doing her best to move on from the situation.

Speaking on Kourtney & Kim Take Miami on Monday night, she said: "It's something that should be over and done with. Unfortunately, it's not that easy. The judge said we will be divorced in 2013."

'I'm going to be a miserable person'

After hearing sister Khloe discussing the situation, she added: "When I walk in on Khloe talking about my divorce, it annoys me.

"If I wanted to talk about it, I would talk about it with them. I just want to move on.

"I have cried about this for months and months, and at some point I have to let it go. I have no choice or I'm going to be a miserable, negative person."

Khloe agreed to stop talking about the split, but only if Kim - who is now expecting her first child with boyfriend Kanye West - released her frustration by smashing glass plates on the floor.

And it seemed her tactic worked.

Kim said afterwards: "Silly as it may seem, it feels kind of good to break those dishes."

- BangShowBiz


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