Kim K 'more guarded' after marriage split

Kim K 'more guarded' after marriage split

Kim Kardashian admits she is "almost embarrassed" about her televised nuptials.

The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star's lavish wedding to Kris Humphries was broadcast in a two-episode special last August and she admits she now feels more "guarded" after filing for the divorce from the basketball player after just 72 days of marriage.

She said: "My heart's a little more guarded. I showed so much of myself in the past. You almost get embarrassed showing this big wedding, which I would have had cameras or not. So I think you want to just guard yourself."

However, Kim insists her relationship with new boyfriend Kanye West will be a part of the next series of 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians', though she has vowed his appearances won't be at the forefront of the show.

She told E! News: "I want to show my life. I'm not going to be taking a bubble bath and drinking champagne or on a sex swing [on camera] like Khloé and Lamar do. It's not going to be like that.

"If we are having dinner and he does show up, I'm sure we're not going to go, 'Stop the cameras!' "

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