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Monday 30 November 2015

Kim Kardashian’s baby birth weight revealed

Published 25/06/2013

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's daughter's birth weight has been revealed, with sources claiming the little girl is "perfect".

The pair welcomed North into the world earlier this month - roughly five weeks before Kim's due date.

Kim and Kanye have not been seen since the reality TV beauty gave birth on June 15, and details have been scarce. However a source has now revealed the baby weighed in at 4 pounds, 15 ounces at birth.

"She's tiny and perfect," another insider told US Weekly. "She looks just like Kim - with her dark hair and some of her features."

The reality TV beauty gave birth at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Beverly Hills.

A source revealed that Kim endured a frightening experience when she went into labour several weeks before her scheduled date.

"Kim was scared," an insider revealed. "And the doctors had to assure her that even though the baby was early, she was ready."

Kim and Kanye reportedly left the hospital after a week last Friday and are said to be "so in love" with their little bundle of joy.

Meanwhile, Kim appears to be embracing her new parenting role with gusto. A source told TMZ that the stunning star "loves" breastfeeding North, as well as changing her dirty nappies.

"She does it all," a source told the US website.

Reports recently surfaced that Kanye had proposed to Kim following the birth of their daughter. However, these claims have been refuted by conflicting speculation, with one source revealing that marriage isn't too far down the line for the couple.

"I can't imagine them not getting married. That's in their future," a source told People magazine.

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