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Kim and Kanye to Marry?

After her short, but million dollar marriage with Kris Humphries, Kim Kardashian  may be trying it again with current boyfriend and rapper Kanye West. Allusions have been made with the release of  West’s song “White Dresses” for the kung fu movie The Man with the Iron Fists and the coincidental spotting of Kim trying on a white dress on October 21st.

We’re not the only one’s who are wondering if wedding bells is in the future of West and Kardashian, Barbara Walters asked Kim during an episode of “The View” in September. Walters asked the tough questions like “What about marriage? Do you want his child? Where are we?”

However, Kim is still legally married to NBA star Kris Humphries with whom she married in 2011 in a marriage that lasted only 72 days. Although Kardashian filed for divorce more than a year ago, the proceedings have now lasted five times as long as the short marriage.

A source close to Kardashian told US Weekly that it’s likely that Kim and Kanye will settle down soon enough stating, “Kim thinks they’ll get engaged and try for a baby once the divorce is final. Kanye is actually being very patient.”

After the media ridicule from the 72 day marriage, Kardashian is being careful and properly handling everything until the divorce is finalized. “There are no wedding plans, period. She and Kanye are taking their time. That’s the truth,” says the friend of Kardashian to Us Weekly.

Engagement rumors have been spiraling around the web since the couple have gone public. Kim is no stranger to the public’s eye.

As for starting a family, a recent episode of “Good Morning America”, Kim discussed whether visiting a fertility clinic with her sister Khloe made her eager to have children. She told host Lara Spencer that she didn’t think she was ready for children.

Signed, Shanika Simmons 

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Shanika Simmons, senior at Spelman College, will be receiving her degree in Economics in May 2013. Raised in a small town, Shanika moved to Atlanta to further her education in 2008. Combining her love for economics and writing, she began her blog "A Broke Student's Handbook" in 2012. Since then, Shanika has received many opportunities to write for Global Good Network, TBA Magazine, and The AUC Network. Now, her blog has transformed to a place where students can find money management advice, features, tips, and budget friendly fashion ideas.

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