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Kim K ‘still wants to feel sexy’

Published 26/07/2015

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian is apparently planning to keep her baby bump under wraps until she has to show it.

The 34-year-old star and her husband Kanye West are currently expecting a son together, who will join their daughter North, two.

Kim has been flaunting her trim pregnancy figure this time round after previously gaining a lot of weight when carrying North. She's apparently upped her exercise regime and managing her diet to keep her body in shape.

"Kim won't let her bump show until she really has to. She's always been fit, but considering all the medical complications she had during her first pregnancy, including pre-eclampsia, everyone thought she should slow down this time," a source told British magazine Star. "However, she's desperate to feel sexy for as long as she can. She hates the thought of losing control of her body again."

Sufferers of pre-eclampsia have high blood pressure and a large amount of protein in their urine. It can also cause feet to swell as well as headaches, which would have made it hard for Kim to work out.

Kim has been sharing her exercise regime on social media, previously telling fans how many squats she was doing.

Lynne Robinson, founder of Body Control Pilates, supports the squats, but thinks the brunette beauty should take it a little bit easier.

"Staying active during pregnancy has huge health benefits for both mother and baby," she told the publication. "Squats often help to open the pelvic outlet in readiness for giving birth. However, doing 100 squats a day is excessive. 100 a week would be more appropriate!"

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