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Kim Kardashian’s Embarrassing Christmas Card Photo Forces Re-Shoot

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Yes, you can be too organized for Christmas. All of us who scramble to get things together for the festive season at the last moment and then still fid ourselves heading to the gas station for emergency gifts and snacks at 11pm on Christmas Even will love this latest snafu by the love to hate them reality TV family.

Kim Kardashian’s Christmas cards feature a wedding photo of her with Kris Humphries, from whom she filed for divorce after just 72 days.

Kim is apparently something of a forward planner (so it’s perhaps a shame she didn’t apply this to the man she was to marry.) So, a while ago, she placed an order with a high end stationery company to produce Christmas cards featuring her and her soon-to-be ex-husband, Kris Humphries on their wedding day.

Kim Kardashian filed for divorce on October 31 after just 72 days of marriage and has since come under fire from reports that the relationship and the wedding were a hoax.

But even before she left for the honeymoon, Kim instructed the stationery company to prepare options for her Christmas cards, featuring their official wedding portrait which was taken on the staircase inside the Montecito estate where the wedding took place.

She was specific about wanting very options: gloss, matte, color, black and white etc. She got the proofs in mid-September, and apparently loved the results.

But then her marriage went belly up and Kim had to re-shoot her Christmas card yesterday before going to watch her brother, Rob, compete in the finale of Dancing With The Stars 2011.

If you really want to, you can see the second season of Kourtney & Kim Take New York on E! on Sunday, November 27.

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