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Kim K 'wants speculation to stop

Published 17/07/2015

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian thinks being verbally attacked while she is pregnant is completely unfair, according to reports.

The 34-year-old star is currently expecting baby number two, a little boy, with her husband Kanye West. The tot will be a brother for their daughter North, with Kim apparently hoping this pregnancy will be different.

The reality star's appearance was scrutinised the first time around and she's already had more spiteful comments, such as people questioning whether she is really with child.

"During her first pregnancy, she was bombarded with nasty comments over her weight gain and now she's being accused of lying because she looks too slim. Although she feels like she can't win, she's trying to be positive," a source told British magazine Closer. "She's feeling more tired and irritable during her second pregnancy and just thinks that she deserves a break."

She's reportedly leaning on her family, including sisters Kourtney and Khloé, for support amid this difficult time.

While Kim understands some level of criticism comes with the job, the brunette beauty is said to believe the treatment she is receiving is unjust.

"Kim knows that as a reality star everything she does is likely to be scrutinised, but she thinks people attacking her while she's pregnant is completely unfair," the source added. "It's all getting too much and she's close to breaking point."

Last month she slammed haters outright on Twitter, causing the social media site to question whether her account had been hacked. She denied rumours she'd hired a surrogate and spoke about the terrible morning sickness she was suffering.

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