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Monday 1 September 2014

Kim K 'will honeymoon with trainer'

Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian has allegedly invited her personal trainer to join her and Kanye West on their honeymoon.

The TV star is weeks away from marrying fiancé Kanye West, with much speculation about her pre-wedding diet and exercise regime.

Sources say Kim will do anything to look perfect on her big day, and she's been working hard to achieve her ideal body for the May 24 nuptials. But the star is apparently so scared she'll pile the pounds back on that she's asked celebrity trainer Gunnar Peterson to join her and Kanye as they honeymoon in Hawaii.

"Kim has paid for Gunnar to come along so she can work out while she’s away on her honeymoon," an insider revealed to British newspaper Daily Star.

“Kim doesn’t feel happy when Gunnar’s not around as she loses her willpower so quickly. She doesn’t want to undo all her hard work and pile on the pounds on the honeymoon."

Kim gave birth to the couple's first child, daughter North, in June last year. Thanks to the Atkins diet and an intense exercise regime, 33-year-old Kim quickly dropped her pregnancy weight.

Kanye is said to be supportive of Kim's decision to bring Gunnar, who also trains Kim's sister Khloé, along on their honeymoon, though North will be left home so the parents can enjoy some time alone as a married couple.

“Kanye totally gets it, he’s completely supportive of Kim’s efforts to lose the baby weight and get in shape for the wedding," the source added. “North will stay with Kim’s family and her nanny."

“Kim and Kanye want time away from parental duties as it’s important for them to spend time alone as a couple.”

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