Daddy's girl: Kim Kardashian has support from fiancé Kris Humphries - and camera crew - during visit to her father's grave
Kim Kardashian leaned on fiancé Kris Humphries for support during a touching visit to her father's grave.
The soon-to-be-newlyweds paid their respects to Robert Kardashian at Inglewood Cemetery in Los Angeles yesterday.
Followed by camera crews, the couple seemed happy and full of smiles despite the nature of their outing.
Supportive: Kim Kardashian takes Kris Humphries to visit her father's grave at Inglewood Cemetery in LA
Emotional: Kim and Kris hold hands while paying respects to Robert Kardashian
Sadly Robert, who was best known as one of the attorneys for OJ Simpson, passed away in 2003 at 59.
He died just eight weeks after learning he had cancer of the oesophagus.
Natural beauty: Despite the nature of the visit, Kim still looked stunning
Kris, a professional basketball player for New Jersey Nets, towered above Kim and held her hand for support throughout the afternoon.
On several occasions, she leaned on his shoulder and put her arm around his waist as she dealt with the trauma of her loss.
The pair got engaged in May after Kris proposed with a custom-designed 20.5-carat Lorrain Schwartz diamond ring.
Hopefully her triumphant win on Sunday at the Teen Choice Awards lifted her spirits, with Kim taking home the trophy for Best Reality/Variety TV Show.
Touching moment: Kris looks after Kim as she leans on him for support, as the camera captures their tender moment
Honouring his memory: Kim manages a smile as she visits the cemetery