Kris Humphries appears on the cover of the new Page Six magazine, looking dapper in a tweed three-piece suit, complete with bow tie.
However, his most eye-catching accessories are the two stunning models pictured next to him, with a blonde and a brunette dripping off each arm.
Kris Humphries, 27, opens up about his desires to start a family one day, and touches on his failed marriage to Kim Kardashian in the accompanying interview.
The Brooklyn Nets star, who is currently embroiled in a fierce divorce battle with Kim Kardashian, told the September 6 issue of the magazine: “Some people just make bad decisions and you just know it’s not what’s meant to be.”
However, Kris Humphries says he is managing to keep a positive outlook on life: “The decisions that you make, you obviously make for a reason. Everything in life for me has just been moving forward.”
He also played down his Twitter spats with Kim Kardashian’s new boyfriend Kanye West, who dissed him in one of his songs.
In the lyrics to Way Too Cold, Kanye West professed his love for Kim Kardashian and joked about her ex Kris Humphries: “Lucky I didn’t have Jay drop him from the team.”
Kanye West was referring to his pal Jay-Z, a minority owner of the Brooklyn Nets franchise.
When Kris Humphries signed a two-year deal with team worth $24 million two months later, he used it as a excuse to fire back at Kanye West, tweeting: “I’m up at Brooklyn… lucky I didn’t have Jay drop me from the team lol!”
Referring to the cyber row, Kris Humphries told Page Six: “I have a sense of humor. It’s whatever, I joke around. It was what it was. Take from it what you will.”
Kris Humphries also talked about starting a family one day, but didn’t put a timetable on when.
He was recently the subject of paternity reports following a fling with Myla Sinanaj – however it later transpired she was not in fact pregnant.
Speaking about settling down, Kris Humphries added: “I think everyone wants a family of their own one day.
“You’re at the point in your life when all of your friends are married and stuff. For me, at least, everyone runs their own race. You can’t put a timetable on it.”
Opening up about his fashion tastes, Kris Humphries revealed he has been working closely with stylists to carve out a look for himself.
“I think about my style as, like, London meets Italy – edgy but, you know, classic at the same time,” he said.
“I’ve been working with stylists. You don’t want to be looking like you just came out of a Big & Tall shop, you know.”
Check out the entire interview with Kris Humphries tomorrow in Page Six Magazine, free inside the New York Post or go to www.nypost.com/pagesixmag.