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Kim K: I can barely get out of bed

Published 02/06/2015

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian says the morning sickness she’s experiencing during her second pregnancy has proven to be debilitating.

Last weekend it was revealed on an episode of her reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians the 34-year-old star is expecting another baby with husband Kanye West.

And Kim claims carrying a child for the second time is nothing like her experience being pregnant with baby North, who turns two years old on June 15.

“To be honest, I’ve had really bad morning sickness, day sickness, night sickness — I can barely get out of bed,” she told Us Weekly magazine at the 2015 CFDA Fashion Awards in New York City on Monday. “It’s a very different type of pregnancy from my first one, but I'm so grateful to be pregnant when we didn't even think it was going to happen for us [so] I don't care how sick I am.”

Although she may be experiencing difficulty with morning sickness, Kim looked gorgeous at the CFDA Awards.

The stunning brunette donned a semi-sheer custom black Proenza Schouler gown to the event, which featured feathers at the shoulder.

Kim’s former stepfather Bruce Jenner recently debuted himself as Caitlyn, having gone public with his new status as a woman on Monday.

Caitlyn is the cover girl for Vanity Fair’s July 2015 issue and Kim couldn’t be more proud.

“I thought it was so beautiful, it is so beautiful,” she told Page Six of the cover image. “I was there at the shoot and saw the process and helped pick the glam team.

“I loved being a part and helping to make Caitlyn feel really comfortable and confident. She would always ask me glam questions and stuff like that.”

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