Kim Kardashian could become a real princess!
The reality show star once dressed up like Princess Jasmine from the movie Aladdin for Halloween, and she was so desperate to have a Disney-style fairytale wedding that she rushed down the aisle with Kris Humphries (he turned out to be more of a frog than a prince, however). But could Kim's dream of being a real princess finally come true?
Kim was still with Kris when she jetted off to Dubai with her mother, but that did stop Saudi Arabian princes from expressing their interest in her. According to Hollywood Life, a source has dished that she got the phone numbers of several royals interested in dating her. But of course the one she really connected with was a billionaire.
If there is any truth to this report, then it will certainly be interesting to see what Kris Humphries thinks of it. He might not be the best guy in the world, but Kim Kardashian shouldn't have been shopping around for a real prince while she was still with him (maybe all there's some truth to all those cheating accusations that Ray J and Amber Rose have made - one a cheater, always a cheater).
Kim reportedly wants to "be taken care of" because she's "tired of being a sugar mama." She's decided that Reggie Bush isn't rich enough for her, so she's going to try to become the next Kate Middleton by snagging a prince.
There are a lot of questions here, however. Does the Saudi Arabian prince interested in her know about her sex tape? And would Kim leave America to be with him? It would certainly make for an interesting reality show.
Kim Kardashian is extremely set in her ways, so it's hard to imagine her leaving her home to become part of a culture she might not adapt to very easily. After all, she wouldn't even go to Minnesota to be with Kris Humphries! So if she's looking for a man with money, maybe she should focus on winning over Kanye West instead.
So what do you think - is Kim really thinking about dating a prince, or is this just the latest outlandish rumor about her love life that will prove to be untrue?