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Saturday 30 August 2014

Kim Kardashian 'miserable' over pregnancy body

Mandatory Credit: Photo by PictureGroup / Rex Features (2048757d) Kim Kardashian New Year's Eve Party at 1OAK, Mirage Resort Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, America - 31 Dec 2012

Kim Kardashian reportedly misses wearing “little dresses”.

The reality TV star is in the second trimester of her pregnancy and is reportedly battling to embrace her new shape.

The brunette has always been famed for her curves, but allegedly misses wearing tight clothes now she has put on a few pounds.

“She’s miserable that she can’t get into her little dresses anymore,” a source told British magazine Star. “She can’t wait to be a mommy, but she hates that she can only wear leggings and loose tops. She also misses her regular workouts and it’s getting her down.”

Kim and rapper boyfriend Kanye West announced they were expecting their first child at the end of last year.

On Tuesday the star was spotted picking up two helpings of frozen yoghurt and it seems pregnancy cravings have taken their toll on the 32-year-old.

“Kim hates to see her toned waist and hips disappearing before her eyes. She knew this was part of pregnancy, but gaining weight is hard for her when her body has been so important over the past few years,” the insider sighed.

“Kim’s put on at least 14 pounds and feels self-conscious and uncomfortable. She really hates her butt right now.”

Despite her apparently body issues, the pretty star continues to look great.

Kim graces the cover of Elle magazine for March and looks fabulous as she strikes sultry poses, styled by fashion mogul Nicola Formichetti.

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