Kim Kardashian is reportedly ready to give estranged husband Kris Humphries the annulment he's been begging for but her mother Kris Jenner is completely against the idea.

"Kim has made it known that she is ready to give Kris an annulment because she just wants to move on with her life. If she doesn't give an annulment, Kim will be forced to testify at a trial after her baby is born this summer, which is the last thing she will want to do," a source told RadarOnline.

The news is consistent with a recent TMZ report claiming the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star is frustrated she may still be legally married to Humphries, whom she allegedly believes is dragging out the divorce intentionally out of spite, when she gives birth to her first child with boyfriend Kanye West in about five months.

Kardashian filed for divorce from Humphries in late October 2011 citing irreconcilable differences, only 72 days after tying the knot.

Humphries has reportedly been trying to supply evidence to prove his marriage was a fraud in order to be granted an annulment, but if Kardashian chooses to go along with it, her decision will go against what she's been fighting for over a year now -- that her marriage was not a fake.

"Kim's momager, Kris Jenner is adamantly protesting to her daughter's idea [of giving in] because of the possible ramifications it could have for the Kardashian empire. Kris is concerned about the negative press and criticism Kim will get if she goes through with it. Kris' main concern is how E! would react to Kim's decision since the network aired their wedding special," the source explained.

While Jenner reportedly fears Kardashian agreeing to an annulment would hurt her daughter's brand and reputation, West feels differently and actually has something to do with Kardashian's recent change of heart. The rapper has allegedly been trying to sway the mother of his unborn child to go through with it. 

"Kim's baby daddy, Kanye West, doesn't understand why she hasn't already just given Kris the annulment," added the RadarOnline source.