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Thursday 21 August 2014

Kim Kardashian 'on wedding diet'

Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian is reportedly so desperate to be a size zero bride it is affecting her mood.

The reality TV star often flaunts her curves in a series of selfies, but now insiders claim Kim wants to slim down in time for her wedding.

She got engaged to Kanye West last year and the pair have daughter North together. The 33-year-old is now apparently determined to be as svelte as possible on her big day.

"Kim's so obsessed with her dieting, she's feeling run down. She's desperate to be a size zero bride, but it's making her tired, snappy and she's struggling to cope.

"She's admitted she'd barely eaten a carb for nearly four months, despite saying she ate a lot over the holidays, and wouldn't even touch a glass of champagne at her mom's Christmas party," a source revealed to British magazine Closer.

And it seems Kim may be sacrificing her health in the mission to become a size zero.

The star is reportedly so tired from her gruelling exercise regime that dark circles have appeared underneath her eyes.

"Kim's working out up to three times a day and is counting the calories in everything, living on grilled fish, chicken and steamed veg. She has dark circles under her eyes from the strain of juggling her career with wedding plans, overseeing the decoration of their new house and taking care of her baby. Her friends are starting to worry," added the source.

This new fitness and diet regime is a stark contrast to the healthy approach Kim took to losing weight after she gave birth to North.

Kim credits the Atkins diet and workouts for helping her shift the baby weight and admitted her main concern was North not dieting.

Fiancé Kanye West is also said to be worried that his partner is over working herself.

"Kanye told Kim he doesn't want the weight loss to take over her life. She's got so much on, he wants her to enjoy time at home with North when she's not working," said the insider.

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