Kim Kardashian knew marriage to Kris Humphries wouldn't work on their HONEYMOON – as she celebrates anniversary with Kanye West
But it seems as though their split wasn’t too much of a shock for the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star.
In a candid chat on Watch What Happens Live, the mum of two revealed she was under a lot of pressure to reach the next stage in her life.
When asked whether she went into the marriage believing it was "forever", she responded: "I just though: 'Holy s**t, I’m 30 years old, I better get this together, I better get married'.
"I think a lot of girls do go through that where they freak out thinking they're getting old and have to figure it out, all their friends are having kids. It was more of that situation.
"But I knew on honeymoon it wasn't going to work out."
Although the couple split in 2011, their divorce was not finalised until April, 2013, following bitter legal disputes.
Kim recently made headlines after she celebrated her third wedding anniversary, with third husband Kanye West.
The pair started dating in 2012, and tied the knot in an extravagant ceremony two years later.
They recently faced split rumours, but the Famous rapper silenced all speculation by surprising the 36 year old with a room full of flowers to celebrate their milestone.
3 down, a lifetime to go...❤️
A post shared by Kim Kardashian West (@kimkardashian) on May 24, 2017 at 10:31am PDT
Taking to Snapchat, Kourtney Kardashian’s sister can be seen giving her fans a glimpse into their celebrations, telling them: "How cute that I get to come home and see these gorgeous floating flowers. Happy anniversary."
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