Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 23 July 2014

Kardashian explains marriage split

Kim Kardashian at the launch of her fashion accessory range at a department store in Sydney

Kim Kardashian said "intuition" led her to end her 72-day-old marriage, insisting in an Australian television interview there was no "right or wrong" way to handle the situation.

The hosts of Australia's Sunrise programme grilled the 31-year-old reality TV star on how hard she worked to save her brief marriage to pro basketball player Kris Humphries, asking whether she had sought counselling before filing for divorce.

"I think when you know so deep in your heart that you just have to listen to your intuition, and follow your heart," Kim replied. "There's no right or wrong thing to do."

Kim, who is in Australia with her sister Khloe to promote a line of handbags, has faced withering criticism since she filed for divorce from Humphries on Monday after just 10 weeks of marriage.

Her lavish, black-tie wedding was featured in a two-part, four-hour special on the American entertainment network E!, and critics have called it a greedy, money-making publicity stunt that garnered her millions of dollars. E! executives denied they orchestrated the nuptials.

"I think what really just, I think, upsets me most is that there has been from the start so many rumours of money and dollar signs ... and so much of it not being true," she said.

But when pressed to more directly address the accusations that the marriage was a sham, the stony-faced star replied: "I think that's all I'm really going to say about the situation right now, and just kind of focus on why we're here in Australia."

She and Khloe then quickly steered the conversation to their Kardashian Kollection handbags.

Latest Entertainment News

Latest Music News

Latest Film & TV News

Latest Eating Out News

Horoscopes

Your Horoscopes by Russell Grant

Leo:

Rebelling against outmoded conventions is liberating. Usually, you're comfortable with tradition. In this situation, you realise the old ways are a liability. Stuffy rules and regulations are stopping a large amount of people from accessing resources and services. It's up to you to sound the alarm. When the powers that be realise you mean business, they'll work hard to update the regulations. You'll make several new friends after getting involved with this cause.More