Making It Rain On Them Hoes: Kris Humphries’ Plus-Sized Sister Signs With Ford Models

- By Bossip Staff

Kaela Humphries

If basketball doesn’t pan out, Kris Humphries always has another beautiful woman he can depend on… his sister Kaela!

According to USWeekly reports:

Kris isn’t the only Humphries putting his height to good use.

His sister Kaela Humphries has signed a contract with Ford Models, the agency confirms to Us Weekly.

“We are thrilled to have…Kaela,” her Ford rep said in a statement. “We think she will make a great addition to the team.”

Prior to signing with Ford, Humphries, 29, was represented by Wilhemina Models in Los Angeles.

The entire Ford+ team (Ford’s plus-size division), shared their enthusiasm about having the gorgeous Minnesota native on board in a separate statement. “[We’re] excited at the prospect of bringing this beautiful, engaging young woman to markets worldwide,” the agency declared. “A true size 16-18, Kaela will be in a league of her own.”

Humphries may look familiar to Keeping up with the Kardashians fans, who got to see her on-screen in the midst of Kim and Kris’ courtship. In fact, the stunner has admitted she’s been mistaken for a Kardashian sister herself while out with her famous former family-in-law. “People think I look like [Khloe] with my hair straight,” Humphries told the Twin Cities’ Star Tribune in 2011. “We both have light eyes and are 5-foot-10!”

Kris’ sister has some pretty eyes, but we don’t know if Khloe will be thrilled to learn she’s been mistaken for a plus-sized model — banger or not. What do you think of Kaela? Would you wife her?

Photo Credit: Ford Models

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