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Monday 30 May 2016

Kim Kardashian ‘miserable in Greece without Kanye’

Published 29/04/2013

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian is reportedly feeling "miserable" after being forced to go on vacation without Kanye West.

The pregnant reality TV star and her sister Khloé were allegedly required to go on a family vacation to Greece as it’s being filmed for Keeping up with the Kardashians.

The pair are said to be annoyed they are without their significant others, even though both Kim's partner Kanye and Khloé's husband Lamar Odom were invited to go on the trip.

“The family always takes a lavish vacation which is featured on Keeping up with the Kardashians, and that Ryan Seacrest's production company pays for. They were contractually obligated to go but they’re miserable,” a source close to the situation told RadarOnline. "Kanye politely declined the invitation, citing work, Lamar would have gone but he is currently in the NBA playoffs for the Los Angeles Clippers. Kim and Khloé miss their men! Khloé had wanted to go to Memphis to watch the Clippers play the Grizzlies. This is the most important time of the year for Lamar, and she wanted to be there to support him. She plans on being back in Los Angeles for the next game on Tuesday.”

Kim's baby with Kanye is due in July. The couple saw each other in New York City last week for the first time in a month but the reunion lasted just three days because Kim had to leave for Greece. The 32-year-old is reportedly fed up with her contractual obligations to the reality show that made her famous, and wishes she could concentrate on preparing for the birth of her baby instead.

"Kim is just so over being pregnant. She is complaining about the humidity in Greece, and just wants to finish filming so she can nest with Kanye," the source continued.

“Kim wasn’t surprised that Kanye declined to join the family in Greece, she is really frustrated that her life is controlled by the reality show commitments.”

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