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Kim Kardashian stepped out on Thursday night to launch her new jewelry line Belle Noel, but the reality starlet couldn’t help but gush about her new boyfriend Kris Humphries and their intimate plans for Valentine’s Day.

“For Valentine’s Day I like it to be a little bit more low key with a limit of like 200 or 300 bucks and not spend more than that. I think that it should just be intimate, from the heart. The most special gift that I could ever get is a long, handwritten card expressing how you feel,” Kim explained to OK! at REVOLVEclothing store of what she wants from Kris this year.

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Unfortunately, her new basketball pro beau will be on the court on Feb. 14 playing for the New Jersey Nets so Kim has set aside other plans with him.

“So Valentine’s Day, on the actual day, I am going to be in Vegas with my girlfriends hosting a party at Marquee. And my boyfriend has a game that night so he’ll be away anyways so well probably do our Valentine’s Day on another day,” the Kourtney and Kim Take New York star told OK! in L.A.

The 30-year-old, who vowed to stay single this year, explained to OK! that she is happier than ever with a boyfriend and admits that Kris fits into the family all too well!

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“I am very happy… He fits in with the K names for sure!” Kim joked of the name coincidence and added, “Everyone really loves him.”

But, with another basketball pro already in the family, do Kris and Lamar Odom ever get competitive?

“No! But it’s fun to watch them play against each other,” Kim explained of Kris playing ball against L.A. Laker and sister Khloe Kardashian’s hubby, Lamar.

Kim’s new jewelry line, Belle Noel, will be available for purchase on REVOLVEclothing.com.

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