Kim Kardashian Threw Shade At Herself For Her 72 Day Marriage On Instagram
If anyone's going to throw shade at you, it should be yourself.
The days of Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries were a much simpler time. It feels as though the two were walking down the aisle to get married not too long ago, but as it turns out, it's been almost eight years. Where does the time go!?
As I rewatch Keeping Up with the Kardashians now, I see so many red flags within their relationship. There's constant fighting - the two can't even agree on sharing a bed with Kris' dogs, and Kris seems to get constantly annoyed by Kim's dramatic take on things. You have to wonder - who told them it was a good idea to get married in the first place?
If you didn't already know, Kardashian and Humphries' marriage was notoriously short - a whopping 72 days. The famous duo definitely broke a lot of records and received a lot of hate and commentary for their decision to split so quickly after taking vows.
After the divorce, the two never really said much on the subject apart from the fact that they had "irreconcilable differences", and had no choice but to go their separate ways. While it does come up as a joke in the media every now and then, it's not often that Kim herself sheds light on the situation though.
Just yesterday, Kim posted the above photo on IG with a caption reading, "just found this pic of my beautiful grandma MJ at her 1st wedding. It lasted just 2.5 months and her family spent all they had on this wedding. She felt so bad but followed her heart. Kinda sounds familiar lol She’s always taught me to follow my heart and do what I want to do no matter what! I love you MJ (and how much does Kendall look like MJ!!!)"
Kim is clearly referencing her 72-day marriage to Humphries, but instead of being embarrassed or ashamed about it, she's proving to fans that she's come to terms with the whole thing now, and she's at a point where she can look back and laugh. She's in a happier marriage now, with three beautiful kids, which is exactly what she always wanted.