Could Kim Kardashian's next show be Real Housewives of the Midwest?
Hard to picture our glamourous E! pal as a down-home, dinner-slinging wifey in a quiet burg in the middle of nowhere—but she could be well on her way.
We caught up with newlyweds Kim and Kris Humphries last night, and they exclusively revealed some of their pre-wedding tension, details of their home life and, yes, their procreation plans.
Fresh off the duo's vow-renewal ceremony on Ellen, they also made a joint appearance on The Tonight Show. It was backstage there that they filled us in on the details of their possible move (Kris is a free agent and might not be back with the Nets) and their whirlwind life together in the weeks since their blow-out wedding.
"It feels different every day, really I feel like we're more and more married," says Kris—to which his missus took issue.
"It doesn't feel any different to be married than to be dating, it's exactly the same," Kim interjects, adding that the actual wedding was the hard part.
"I think it was really stressful for me trying to plan this wedding," she says.
Post-wedding, though, there are all sorts of other issues to deal with, not the least of which being nesting.
"It's hard because we're stuck in New York City in a hotel, so he asked me the other day, he said he really wants a home-cooked meal and I'm like, 'But we're not in a home. There's no kitchen there's no stove!' " explains Kim, noting that she and Kris have been holed up in a rental while shooting the second season Kourtney & Kim Take New York, which began shooting almost immediately after her nuptials.
But she's working on her Martha Stewart skillset.
"She is great at two or three meals...she has potential to be great," says Kris.
Now about that baby-making...
"I think we would wait like a year before we really start trying to have kids," Kim says. "I think we want to figure out where he is gonna play and figure out like his career and like if we have to pack up and move somewhere, like the Midwest. Who knows?"
And Kris admits he does see lots of kids in the duo's future, saying that fun is going to be the key to keeping the newlyweds together for a very long time.
"Lots of kids...having fun together, knowing that we can have fun and that life is fun and that we can spend time together and support each other," he said.
Adds Kim: "Ditto."
Be sure to tune in for Kim and Kris' wedding special, airing this Sunday at 8 p.m. ET/PT and Monday at 9 p.m. ET/PT only on E!