Kris Jenner has advised Kim Kardashian not to get married again in the near future because a third divorce could ruin her reputation.
Kris Jenner has advised Kim Kardashian not to get married again in the near future.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star thinks that twice-divorced Kim, 32, who recently welcomed her first daughter, North West, with her rapper boyfriend Kanye West, shouldn't tie the knot with him so soon after her divorce from Kris Humphries was finalised.
A family friend told gossip website NaughtyButNiceRob.com: ''Kris is encouraging the couple to NOT get married.
''After Kim's last, 72-day marriage, Kris feels like the Kardashian brand does not need another marriage disaster on its hands. She is telling them to take their time, to really think about it. A third divorce for Kim, is not something Kris wants for her daughter or her family business.
''There is no doubt that everyone in the family wants to see Kim happy, but at the same time they are assuring her that she doesn't need to be married to find happiness.
''Kim adores Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, which is why her mom is using them as an example of how you can be a solid, committed couple, without having to say 'I do.' Kris originally used Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell as an example of a great couple that never got married, but Kim had no idea who these two were!''
Kim was previously married to music producer Damon Thomas for four years until 2004, and her divorce from Kris was finalised last month when they finally settled their court battle, which began in late October, 2011.
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