Kim Kardashian's wedding gift drama with ex-husband Kris Humphries hasn't even passed, but rumors are already emerging about her next conquest – no, not Reggie Bush, but an anonymous Saudi billionaire!
The first publication to make the claim was celebrity gossip rag Star, which claims that during her 2011 trip to Dubai with mother Kris Jenner, Kim was a hot item among Saudi Arabia's many princes, but that there was one in particular that caught her eye.
Several royals gave her their phone numbers and made it clear they were serious about dating her, the source told the magazine, but the one she really had a connection with is a billionare!
The money will come in handy, because according to the magazine, She wants to be taken care of, and is done being a sugar mama, referencing her earlier relationships with less-wealthy partners like Kris Humphries and Reggie Bush (who, the source takes pains to emphasize, is out of the picture, despite recent rumors of their reunion).
Next on the Kim K. beat is urban gossip site Media Takeout, who wrote today:
We just got word that Kim Kardashian is FLYING off to Paris . . . at the request of a SAUDI BILLIONAIRE PRINCE - who is in line to the KINGSHIP of Saudi Arabia. And she can thank her REALITY SHOW for it. Word is that the two met during the filming of her reality show this October - WHILE she was married to [Kris Humphries].
Oh . . . and we're told that the Prince WILL be attending a few events with Kim while in Paris. The two may even catch a FASHION WEEK SHOW together.
Whether the reports are accurate, though, is anyone's guess – and at least one source ain't buyin' it. Mediaite property Gossip Cop wrote last week:
This story is so obviously made up.
Star doesn't even know the name of the man Kardashian is supposedly intent on marrying.
Also, if Kardashian refused to move to Minnesota with Humphries, is it possible she'd relocate to Dubai for a guy she met once on a business trip?
In any case, a source close to the reality star tells Gossip Cop the tale is simply ridiculous.