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Kim K ‘scared to death of pregnancy weight’

Published 04/06/2015

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian has reportedly hired a nutritionist to ensure she doesn’t gain too much weight during her second pregnancy.

The 34-year-old reality star confirmed earlier this week that she and husband Kanye West are expecting their second child together.

However, sources closes to Kim have revealed she is doing everything within her power to prevent herself from gaining too much weight this time around.

The claims come after Kim bemoaned her size when she was pregnant with daughter North, who turns two later this month.

Now it has been reported that Kim is even seeking the help of a nutritionist to stick to a tailor made menu of healthy meals during her pregnancy.

“She had a grueling pregnancy with North, which had a lot to do with letting herself go on a junk food diet: frequent visits to Taco Bell, in-N-out Burger and lots of stops for ice cream, cookies and doughnuts,” a source told In Touch Weekly magazine. “She’s scared to death of ruining her trademark curvaceous figure again.”

Kim has apparently set herself a weight limit during this pregnancy, and is determined not to “gain more than 45 lbs”.

To do so, Kim is planning to stick to a healthy diet and her exercise regime.

On the menu plan, Kim hopes to eat “salads, grilled chicken and turkey burgers without the bun”.

Little has been revealed about Kim’s second pregnancy. However, it was claimed earlier this week that the star is expecting twins.

The New York Daily News’ Confidential column alleges that Kim is waiting to “get an OK from her doctor” before revealing that she’s pregnant with two babies.

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