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Actress Khloe Kardashian and NBA player Lamar Odom arrive at the premiere of "Whiteout" in Los Angeles on Sept. 9.
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updated 9/18/2009 12:08:23 PM ET 2009-09-18T16:08:23

Reality starlet Khloe Kardashian and NBA star Lamar Odom are reportedly set to walk down the aisle.

According to E! News, sources close to the couple claim they are planning on getting married and are already “talking about rings.”

“They instantly hit it off,” one source close to the couple claimed. “It’s like they’ve known each other for years.”

Kardashian's sister and fellow reality starlet, Kim, told E!, “He’s a great guy.”

Fellow Kardashian family members would neither confirm nor deny the couple’s plan to exchange vows and reps for both stars declined to comment when contacted by E!.

As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, Kardashian and Odom first stepped out as a couple earlier this month, when they were spotted leaving popular Beverly Hills restaurant STK on Sept. 3.

If they do indeed walk down the aisle, it shouldn’t be a problem paying for a lavish ceremony, as Odom signed a four-year, $30 million contract with the Los Angeles Lakers earlier this summer.

The marriage would be the first for both Kardashian, 25, and Odom, 29.

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