Kim Kardashian wants to adopt a baby
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian, who was recently reported to be engaged to the rapper-turned-fashion designer Kanye West, is planning to adopt a baby from overseas.
"After Kim dissolved her marriage to basketball player Kris Humphries, she feared that her dream of having children would never come true," showbizspy.com quoted a source as saying.
"It's taken months, but Kim has finally made moves to rebuild her life her own way - which means exploring her options for adopting as a single parent without delay. She would like to adopt a baby from Armenia," the source added.
Kim married Humphries last year but the relationship lasted only 72 days, after which they filed for divorce.
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