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Monday 30 November 2015

Kim Kardashian plans custom-clothed comeback

Published 17/08/2013

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian has a brand new wardrobe and diet program as part of her comeback plan.

The 32-year-old reality star has been in hiding since giving birth to her daughter North West in June. Sources say Kim's been working and spending hard behind closed doors in preparation for her post baby debut.

According to UK magazine Look, Kim's stuck with her usual styling team who take instruction from designer Nicola Formichetti.

"Kim's hips, bum and bra size are still larger than normal for her, so Nicola is dressing Kim head to toe in monotone colours, like she wore on Kris's show, and using detailed tailoring to show off her post baby assets," the source revealed. "The price tag for Nicola's designs , as well as two assistants, comes in at around £10,000 per week."

As well as costly clothing, Kim has been following a personalised eating plan. The brunette is keen to shed the weight she gained through pregnancy in super quick time, and before she steps out in public.

"She has hired Katie Holmes's post baby private chef to come to her house every morning, make fresh healthy breakfasts, prepare lunch then shop for dinner," the insider added.

"Kim has ordered the woman to prep five small meals a day, with emphasis on veg, clean proteins such as fish and tofu and diet-friendly snacks."

It has previously been revealed that Kim wants her comeback to be made in a glamorous fashion. Sources told Star magazine that she would try to disguise any problem areas rather than accentuate them.

"There aren't going to be any sweatpants, no matter how comfortable they are," the source revealed. "Expect to see flattering drapey tops with ruching and gathering. Nothing too clingy."

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