Kim Kardashian doesn’t have the best track record when it comes to marriage. This surely isn’t a secret. Kim has been divorced three times. Her married life with Kris Humphries lasted 72 days. What advice could she possibly have for a newly married couple?

Kim should add “comedian” to her long list of accomplishments. The Businesswoman never shies away from cracking jokes at her own expense. Last month she hilariously roasted ex husband Ye West in her SNL monologue. Divorcees usually get insecure and distraught over their ill-faring marriages during wedding season but not Kim.

Kim had a fabulous time at long time bestie Paris Hilton’s extravagant wedding. She also attended another friend’s wedding in the same week. During entertainment executive Simon Huck & Phil Riportella’s pre-nuptial feast Friday night, Kim K was given the mic to deliver a few words of encouragement during the reception.

Kim’s talked about how she isn’t the best person to ask and she clearly hasn’t figured out the “marriage thing“. Kim mentioned her three failed marriages. She humorously reiterated a comment she made in 2011 when she called Kris Humphries gay. Kim said she hasn’t been on a gay wedding since she went to her own second wedding.

Kim proceeded to drop some real advice as she gave amazing tips for wedding photo shoots. At the end Kim congratulated the couple saying she recognizes true love when she sees it. Kim asserted that her friends’ marriage is sure to last forever unlike her own. We wonder where Kim is learning all this comedy from? Perhaps Pete Davidson‘s teaching her a thing or two. She sure does get a few chuckles out of us. You can watch Kim’s wedding speech below:

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Shifa Jahan

Shifa Jahan is a freelance writer from Bahrain currently pursuing her Masters degree in Comparative Literature from Jadavpur University, India. She is experienced in Copywriting, Academic Writing and loves to write about pop culture/ entertainment-news. Other interests include theatre, teaching, foreign languages and culture.

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