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Kim Kardashian wants diamond after giving birth

Published 23/11/2015

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian is following her friend's lead and asking for a "push present" when she gives birth.

Kim Kardashian wants a special "push present" after she gives birth to her second baby.

The reality TV star is already mum to daughter North, two, and is currently pregnant with her and husband Kanye West's son. Kim has always been vocal about how hard she finds pregnancy, and now she admits she'd love a gift after she's given birth as a reward.

"Do you guys believe in a push present?" Kim asked fans on her website. "I never did, but all of my friends do!!! We have the funniest e-mail chains discussing it. One friend got a special diamond ring she always wanted, and another friend got a new car!

"I like the idea of a push present—after nine months of pregnancy it's a sweet and well-deserved thank you. We women go through an entire pregnancy carrying a baby...of course it only makes sense that we get something amazing to show how amazing we are! LOL!"

And Kim made no secret about what she's hoping for; a Lorraine Schwartz diamond choker, similar to one she previously wore to the Art + Film Gala.

Kim's pregnancy style has come under fire this time around, with the 35-year-old often seen out in skin tight garments. However, Kim insists that you shouldn't hide your bump while carrying.

"This time I'm more comfortable in tighter things," she told People magazine. "I always wear longer coats to cover up the fat arms and back fat and my butt, but the bump is never the area to hide! The last pregnancy a lot of things were looser and more baby-doll-looking, and I don't think that really works.

"I like accentuating the bump. I still want to show off my style,"

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