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Monday 30 May 2016

Kim ‘not ready for another baby’

Published 11/09/2013

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian is ready to lose weight, not try for another baby.

The reality TV queen is enjoying family life with her daughter North and boyfriend Kanye West, but is struggling to slim down to her pre-pregnancy weight.

She's recently been spotted with a blonder hairstyle, but is hiding her figure in baggy clothes.

"Kim's really focused on getting back her size eight figure. But Kanye recently suggested they start trying for another baby as he doesn't want a big gap between their children's ages.

"Kim, however, doesn't even want to think about another hellish nine months right now and told Kanye she wants her body back - not another baby," a source told Britain's Closer magazine.

Kim, 32, is said to be frustrated with how long it's taking to get her body back in shape.

As well as keeping fit, she's also rumoured to be trying extreme diets.

"Kim is fed up with how slowly her weight loss is going, even though she's working out most days. She's tried strict diets, like the three-day juice plan, but she was so miserable she started eating normally again," the source continued.

It's even thought that the new mother is considering surgery.

Kanye is said to be freaked out at the thought of her going under the knife though. His mother Donda passed away in 2007 after suffering complications following plastic surgery.

"Kim's main concern is her boobs. They went up to an F-cup during her pregnancy, which is twice the size they were before, and she thinks they look droopy," a friend said.

"Kanye freaks out about plastic surgery. He's told her she's beautiful and doesn't need anything done. He isn't keen on her doing a Playboy shoot either, but she's said if she does it, she'll wear a bikini so she's not totally naked."

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