• Kim Kardashian's Cutout Dress

    Kim Kardashian is seen here with friends on a private plane on September 6, 2012. Kardashian was between parties as she and pals snacked on food from Wendy's on the flight from New York, where she was taking part in Fashion's Night Out, to Charlotte, N.C., where she was due to attend a DNC after-party. "This is how we do.... Private plane & Wendy's! DNC party here we come," she posted to Twitter.
  • Kim K. Rock Climbing?

    Kim Kardashian commands plenty of attention in this eye-catching dress she wore to the DuJour magazine launch party with Christy Turlington Burns and Bruce Weber Sept. 5, 2012 in New York City.
    Eugene Gologursky/Getty Images for DuJour Magazine
  • Kim K. Compares Self to Virgin Mary

    Recalling Raquel Welch, Kim Kardashian tweets out a photo of her in a nude-colored monokini while perched next to rock. She accompanied the photo with the tweets: "Rock climbing lol" and "Rock hard."
  • Kim K. Darker Than 'Tan Mom'?

    Kim Kardashian seems to be confused about the meaning of the word "virgin." In a recent episode of her reality show, she compared herself to the Virgin Mary, saying "I think if I'm 40 and I don't have any kids and I'm not married, I would have a baby artificially inseminated. I would feel like Mary, like Jesus is my baby."
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  • Kardashian Tweets Tan Picture

    Kim Kardashian pokes fun at the infamous New Jersey "Tanning Mom" by tweeting a photo of herself with a very dark spray tan. "The tannerexic mom has some serious competition!!! LOL," she tweeted.
    Twitter/AP Photo
  • Kim Kardashian's Wedding Exclusive Photos

    The behind-the-scenes details of the weekend wedding of Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries made the cover of <a href="http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20522326,00.html" target="external">People magazine's Aug. 26 issue</a>. The bride was paid $1.5 million by People for exclusive rights to photos of her wedding, a black-tie event held at a Montecito, Calif., estate and attended by more than 450 guests.
    People Magazine
  • Kardashian Horses Around on Honeymoon

    Newlyweds Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries appear on the cover of Hello magazine in one of many photos that feature the couple's wedding. Kardashian wore a stunning Vera Wang gown as she exchanged vows with Humphries in front of 450 guests Aug. 20, 2011.
    Hello! Magazine
  • Kim Kardashian Wedding Album

    Kim Kardashian's wedding guests didn't go home empty handed. According to Kathie Lee Gifford, the reality TV star gifted her guests with a slew of products the night before her nuptials, including Krispy Kreme donuts in the shape of hearts, Kardashian's new fragrance, "Kim Kardashian," scented candles, a cosmetics bag and flip-flops imprinted with the words "Kim loves Kris."
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  • Kim Kardashian, Kris Humphries Now Married

    Kim Kardashian exchanged vows with Kris Humphries Aug. 20, 2011, in Montecito, Calif. E! Entertainment offered a brief glimpse of the wedding Aug. 21. The full ceremony will air on the network in early October.
    E! News
  • Kim Kardashian, Kris Humphries Now Married

    Kardashian and Humphries were all smiles as they exchanged vows. There were 450 people at the ceremony, including Serena Williams, Eva Longoria, and Lindsay Lohan.
    E! News
  • Kim Kardashian, Kris Humphries Now Married

    Kris Humphries wore a suit by Ermenegildo Zegna at his wedding to Kim Kardashian. Humphries' family pastor, Joel Johnson, officiated at the ceremony.
    E! News
  • Kim Kardashian, Kris Humphries Now Married

    Kardashian wore ivory custom-designed strapless Vera Wang gown with Guiseppe Zanotti shoes and a jeweled headpiece.
    E! News
  • Kardashian Wedding Countdown

    Aerial view of the multi-million dollar mansion where Kim Kardashian wed Kris Humphries Aug. 20, 2011. The guest list included Justin Bieber, Christina Aguilera, the Williams sisters, Kelly Osbourne, and of course Humphries' New Jersey Nets teammates.
    ABC News
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