So was Kim’s wedding just one big publicity stunt?

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You can do a lot in 72 days – if your name is Kim Kardashian. You can throw a wedding, get hitched and then reportedly get divorced, all before you’ve written your last ‘thank you’ note.

She says she married for nothing other than love. Well if that’s the case my dear, why wouldn’t you give your marriage a chance and see if you could stretch it to at least 73 days?

Heck, how about a lifetime, because surely that’s what you signed up for when you wore the wedding dress and took those ‘I do’ vows? Or was it really all one big publicity stunt?

I really am quite disappointed in Kim. I’m a huge fan of Keeping Up With The Kardashians. Judge me if you will, but I really like the show because I think they seem real.

Well, as real as you’re ever gonna get when you live in LA, make millions of dollars for, well, being you, and have TV cameras following your every move.

But I’ve warmed to Kim because, despite all that the cash in the bank, she still continues to work.

Unlike many of her fellow celebrities, you’ll rarely hear Kim moan about living in the spotlight, the nuisance of the paparazzi and how she just can’t have five minutes alone’.

The truth is that she lives for her fame and makes no apologies. Fair play to her, I say.

But I was stunned when I learned of her impending divorce from hubby of less than three months, Kris Humphries.

Apparently Kim filed for divorce a year to the day since she first met Kris at a New Jersey Nets basketball match.

From what I’ve read, he’s just as shocked as the rest of us Kardashian fans.

Now I realise that nowadays people don’t quite believe in the sanctity of marriage like they used to.

Considering I’ve been with the same man for almost 12 years and we’re still not married, I suppose I can hardly preach.

But I just think Kim has let herself down – and the million of fans all over the world that look up to her.

Don’t get me wrong. I don’t think you should stay in a marriage if you are unhappy just to please others.

But 72 days is hardly giving it the benefit of the doubt, surely?

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