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Kim Kardashian ‘doesn’t like being called fat’

Published 27/03/2013

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian is reportedly taking criticism about the pregnancy weight she’s gained hard, but her beau and the father of her child Kanye West is supportive of his “gorgeous” girlfriend.

The 32-year-old reality star is currently expecting her first child with her 35-year-old rapper boyfriend Kanye West.

Kim has been the subject of ridicule from a lot of sources recently, as some have claimed she’s ballooned since she became pregnant. Many also deride her for being a fashion victim as critics make fun of her for wearing outfits that do not flatter her expectant figure.

Although Kim has laughed off speculation she is now 200lbs, according to Us Weekly the star is really hurt by the insults as she “doesn't like being called fat”.

Sources tell the magazine that her beau Kanye is actively boosting his love’s self-esteem.

"Kanye thinks Kim is gorgeous," a source revealed.

"He just wants her to be happy in her own skin."

Apparently Kim is slowly beginning to love her curves herself.

Kanye’s support allows for the star to appreciate her newfound maternal buxomness.

"[She is] finally accepting her body and getting more comfortable,” the insider said.

“She doesn't feel sexy, but she feels feminine."

Kim spoke to E! News earlier this week about how grateful she is for Kanye’s encouragement.

She believes the musician is elated to see his love physically transform.

"It's just such an exciting thing, I think, for the guys to see our bodies go through all these different changes," she explained.

"He loves it and just embraces it. And he's helped me to really feel sexy and embrace it."

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