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April 18, 2011  | by: Jaclyn Hendricks

Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries

From Reggie Bush to Miles Austin, it seems famed reality starlet Kim Kardashian has been unlucky in love. After ending things with long term boy toy Bush in 2010, Kardashian was back on the market, but not for long. Despite her pledge to stay single in her thirtieth year, Kardashian now has a new man, New Jersey Net Kris Humphries.

The pair, who’ve been seeing each other since late last year, are taking things to the next level. According to reports, Kardashian is planning to relocate to New York later this year, just to be closer to her man.

“Kim wants to live in NYC when Kris’ season starts again,” says a source to Us Weekly. “This is it for her. I foresee an engagement this summer.”

Though the pair are adorable beyond words, is an impending marriage proposal a bit too soon?

Apparently not.  Back in January, Kardashian posted a picture on her Twitter page with the caption, “I want my son to look like this!” Of course, the mystery boy in the picture was none other than Humphries from way back when. Although if I ever pulled this How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days stunt, my boy would be running in the opposite direction.  But not Humphries. The NBA star replied back, saying, “I think I can help you out.”

Even though Humphries has yet to put a ring on it, one thing is for certain: This hot pair is definitely on engagement watch for the remainder of 2011.

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