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Kris Humphries Is The ‘Presumed’ Father Of Kim Kardashian’s Baby


Kris Humphries Is The ‘Presumed’ Father Of Kim Kardashian’s BabyThere you go! It happened same as fans were expecting. Kris Humphries, who is still a legal husband of Kim Kardashian, is making headline again after Kim announced that she is “so blessed and lucky”.

But this can create a lot of drama between Kim and her new boyfriend Kayne West (who is also very happy and excited of Kim’s pregnancy even he think that Kim is pregnant with his child).

The 32-year old reality star Kim Kardashian married NBA player Kris Humphries in August 2011 and their divorce is not finalized. Their divorce has been prolonged as the Kris Humphries has insisted on a court case, claiming the marriage should be annulled as it was ‘fraud’.

So, such news can ruin the joys of Kim Kardashian and his boyfriend who are enjoying their baby news and getting ready to welcome their child together. The Hollywood Life reports that NBA star Kris could claim custody of the baby and it is reported that “Kris Humphries Is The ‘Presumed’ Father Of Kim Kardashian’s Baby.”

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A source close to the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star told The Hollywood Life, “Kim was shocked when she found out that Kris could technically try to get custody. It sounds totally crazy.”

32-year old fashion icon is three months pregnant. She recently hit the gym in Los Angeles on Wednesday while wearing a stunning black track suit. She showed off her tiny baby bump and captured the eyes of paparazzi.

Earlier, Kim hide her pregnancy curves in a stunning but little racy sheer dress as she hosted a party in Las Vegas on New Year’s Eve.

On the New Year’s Eve, KK talked about her pregnancy condition while talking with E! News, “I wouldn’t say that it’s been easy. When people say pregnancy is fun and they love it I would have to disagree. I think from this stage on it does become easier, but it’s adjusting.”