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Kim Kardashian loses 17 pounds since son's birth

Published 16/12/2015

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian has opened up about how much weight she gained during her recent pregnancy, and how much she has already lost in the ten days since her son's birth.

Reality star Kim Kardashian "almost died" when she realised how much weight she had put on during her second pregnancy.

The 35-year-old welcomed her second child, son Saint, with husband Kanye West on 5 December (15), and in a new livestream on her website, the new mother filled step-parent Caitlyn Jenner in on how she has been doing since the birth.

"OK, so you're not obviously interested in my fitness goals," she said from behind the camera as the lens focused on Caitlyn, 66, who insisted that wasn't true. "So I gained 60 pounds, I started off at 130, I gained 60 pounds.That's 190 pounds. One... nine.. zero... I almost died."

Former Olympian Caitlyn revealed Kim's mother Kris Jenner reached 202 pounds when she was pregnant with Kim's half-sisters Kendall and Kylie, but the mother-of-two pointed out that the 60-year-old was 5'8 while she is only 5'3.

As the pair made a Chicago-style deep dish pizza, Kim made a point of telling her fans from behind the camera that the meal was just for Caitlyn as she was on a diet and had already dropped 17 pounds since welcoming her little boy.

While the new mother remained off camera throughout the chat, she revealed her goal was to get down to 120 pounds, as she was 124 pounds when she married Kanye in Italy in 2014.

"You are looking much better," Caitlyn said encouragingly, to which Kim replied, "I am feeling much better."

Her success could partly be down to her plans to consume her placenta in pill form, having taken them before following the birth of daughter North, two.

"I had great results and felt so energised and didn't have any signs of depression," she previously wrote on her website. "Every time I take a pill, I feel a surge of energy and feel really healthy and good. I totally recommend it for anyone considering it!"

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