Kim Kardashian wed Kris Humphries two years ago in a lavish ceremony, but if she decides to marry boyfriend Kanye West, or ever again, it will be a small gathering, Kris Jenner revealed.
The 57-year-old reality mom told The Hollywood Reporter that Kardashian's next wedding will be more low-key.
"This time it will be private and smaller, if she does get married again - not 500 people," Jenner said.
Humphries, 28, said on Monday at the Man of Steel premiere in New York that he's leaving the bitter divorce behind him and is moving forward.
"I don't have any (girlfriends) right now," Humphries said at the Man of Steel premiere in New York on Monday. "I'm happy. I've got a big smile on my face."
Humphries, a forward for the Brooklyn Nets repeatedly delayed the divorce after Kardashian initially filed in October, only after 72 days they tied the knot. He claimed that he was blindsided by the divorce and that the reality star married him for television. Now, he has a new outlook on life.
"You can't force a love life," he said. "I'm just focused on training and basketball."
Meanwhile, despite a report that Kardashian and West made plans to get married immediately after their first child is born, a source close to the couple said that they are taking their time and are not rushing to jump the broom
"All they're doing is taking it one day at a time. They'll get to that stage at some point but right now they got a lot on their plate," the source said.
Kardashian told Ryan Seacrest in the past that she hopes to maintain a private relationship with West.
"I changed a little bit in showing relationships. You put it all out there for the world to see, and people turn because they just don't get your decisions," she said.