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Kimye ‘obsessed with pregnancy time-lapse’

Published 15/07/2015

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian have reportedly shelled out over $100,000 to ensure her second pregnancy is memorialised on video.

The Hollywood couple are currently expecting their second child together.

And it’s claimed they have shelled out over $156,000 to the crew who shot their 2014 wedding so Kim’s current pregnancy will be memorialised on video.

“Kim and Kanye have become obsessed with the time-lapse pregnancy videos that are so popular online and wants one of her own. Kim has reached out to the same crew who filmed her wedding,” a source told British newspaper The Mirror.

“She’s offered them a pretty penny to shoot with her on one day a week for the rest of her pregnancy. Kim and Kanye will fly the crew to wherever they are in the world for the shoot.”

Kim created her media empire by starring on her reality TV show Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

But the pregnancy time-lapse video she and Kanye are in the process of shooting will not be released to the masses.

“And Kim wants them to film the birth for their own private video. It will never air publicly but Kim says she wants a reminder every day of the birth, as this baby may be their last,” the source said.

“There will be the usual confidentiality non-disclosure agreement for the crew to sign and all the footage must be handed over to Kim and Kanye. If any of it were to be leaked there would be a huge buyout clause.

“That’s what they agreed on for the wedding footage and none of that ever saw the light of day. The camera crew are discreet – and that is what Kim and Kanye like about them.”

Kim had spoken openly about her struggles to conceive this time around. She and Kanye are expecting a baby boy, who will be the younger sibling of their two-year-old daughter North West.

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