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Kim Kardashian Arrives At LAX After Weekend With Kris Humphries

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Nov. 7 2011, Published 12:30 p.m. ET

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By RadarOnline.com Staff

After a surprising weekend meeting with her estranged husband, a sullen Kim Kardashian was snapped arriving at LAX late Sunday, and RadarOnline.com has all the pictures for you.

Kim, wearing all-black except for her leopard skin scarf, sported a dour expression as she walked through the terminal while cameramen furiously snapped away.

As we previously reported, Kim -- who shocked the world in filing for divorce from her husband of 72 days a week ago -- met for two hours Sunday at Humphries' lakefront Minnesota home with Pastor Joel Johnson, who officiated the couple’s August wedding ceremony. The E! star was seen making several calls from the home's porch; Pastor Johnson declined to answer reporters questions about how the couple is doing.

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Immediately after filing for divorce last week, the starlet left LAX through a media circus to fulfill obligations in Australia before the shocking news of her pending divorce broke. After a few days down under, she left early to return to the states.

As we previously reported, Hollywood attorney Laura Wasser will represent Kim in the split; the duo reportedly has a prenuptial agreement in place.

Kardashian and Humphries tied the knot August 20 in a lavish wedding that was broadcast on E!; the wedding racked up huge ratings, averaging 4.4 and 2.7 million viewers, respectively, on consecutive nights.

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