Kris Humphries Wants Kim Kardashian to "Start Pumping Out Babies"

Celebrity Moms Oct. 7, 2011 AT 11:22AM

Kris Humphries sure has babies on the brain!

Married for less than two months, the NBA player already wants his new bride Kim Kardashian to get on the fast track to family planning. As a new clip from the couple's two-night E! wedding special shows, Kardashian's hubby wants his wife to settle down and promptly "start pumping out babies."

PHOTOS: Kim and Kris Humphries' whirlwind romance

Why the sudden urgency?

Humphries, 26, feels burdened by his bride's frenzied public lifestyle. "This hectic-ness is only getting worse," reasons Kardashian, 30, as she and her hubby face a barrage of paparazzi just stepping out to lunch. "[I know] the attention definitely stresses Kris out and I'm nervous to see how that's going to go."

Though Kardashian's family is firmly settled in Calabasas, Calif., Humphries tries his hardest to entice his wife to move to a quieter locale.

VIDEO: Watch Kim walk down the aisle at her lavish wedding

"Maybe you should just move to Minnesota with me," he tells her in the clip from Monday's special. "We could live in my move into my little house on the lake, we could just start popping out babies."

Though she was clearly unamused by Humphries' request, Kardashian has long said she can't wait for motherhood.

PHOTOS: Stunning snapshots from Kim's wedding day!

"I seriously thought by the time I was 30, I would have one [baby] and a bun in the oven... I cannot wait to have a baby just like [Mason]," Kardashian has admitted, referring to her sister Kourtney's 21-month-old son with Scott Disick.

And when the time comes, she's sure have a built-in babysitter in mom Kris Jenner.

VIDEO: Kim gets grossed out by Kris' bathroom habits

"I would love more grandchildren," Jenner has said. "Mason is the love of our lives, and he is so much fun, but there's only one Mason to go around. It would be nice if we had some more."

The two-night E! special, Kim's Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event, airs Sunday at 8 p.m. and Monday at 9 p.m. (EST).

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