Kim Kardashian officially on the wrong side of 30

Kim Kardashian may not be getting the presidential seal next to the E! logo on her show—it was revealed in an interview with the first lady that President Obama said he doesn’t like when Malia and Sasha watch Keeping Up With the Kardashians—and she may have to play down rumors that she’s already splitting up with husband Kris Humphries, but at least she’ll always have Vegas.

So … good job, everyone?

Kardashian spent her first birthday as a married woman (at least since 2004) at Marquee on Oct. 22, where the club hosted her 31st. Now the watch is officially on to see how many more years she has before she starts to look like mother Kris. We’ll set the over/under at six.

The birthday girl was with her husband and mother, along with sister Khloe and brother-in-law Lamar Odom, plus her former Dancing With the Stars partner, Mark Ballas. After dinner at Lavo, the clan all went and split time in the main room and the Boom Box Room. Kourtney and Scott Disick got in on the birthday action Friday in New York when Kim did the East Coast version of her birthday at Meatpacking District restaurant the Darby.

It’s not all coast-to-coast travel, presidential tsk-tsking and awkward nuptial claims for Kardashian, though. She was also cast for a role in Tyler Perry’s The Marriage Counselor. Hey, look, at least she’s not gumming up any movies you’d actually want to see or anything.

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