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Kim Kardashian ‘struggling with growing chest’

Published 03/03/2013

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian is reportedly experiencing back pain during her pregnancy, due to her increased chest size.

The reality TV star is currently pregnant with her first baby. Kim is known for her curvaceous figure, but recently her weight gain has become difficult to cope with. She is believed to have gone from a 36D cup size to a 36GG in just a couple of weeks, and her blossoming figure is making it difficult for her to exercise and is causing her pain.

“She’s gone up four cup sizes to a GG and, some days, even walking up the stairs is a struggle,” a source told British magazine Closer. “She’s using heat patches for her back pain, but they’re not working.”

There have been reports that Kim is struggling to control her pregnancy cravings, which include Mexican food. Doctors are believed to have warned Kim that her cup size will increase further during her pregnancy.

“She’s having a specialist sports bra made and her doctor has warned she could even go up to a J-cup,” the source added. “It’s making her miserable.”

The 32-year-old beauty recently spoke out about her pregnancy. She admitted the experience had been more difficult than she expected.

“When people say pregnancy is fun and they love it I would have to disagree. Even my sister [Kourtney] has made it look easy, but it’s not as easy as people think,” Kim revealed.

The star is due to give birth in July, with her rapper beau Kanye West announcing their happy news in December last year.

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