The baby is beautiful. I hope Kim loses the weight safely, and soon. As a Mom, I can remember how shocked I was, when after the birth of my son I was still 40 lbs. more than when I got pregnant. It did go away after a few months.
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3,293 8/25/13 4:35 P
I don't dislike Kim Kardashian, but I can't feel sorry for her either. Any lack of privacy that she experiences is entirely her own fault. She has sold her privacy for fame.
She has made who she is all about her looks and fashion, so it can't be all that surprising that people want to make fun of her when she doesn't look good or fashionable.
I did love the way Kate Middleton owned up to her baby bump after having her little prince, I think she made herself even more relateable then she already was and she was already down to earth. I loved the way she embraced it, it's a fact of life and I know when I had my son I was shocked when I still had a baby bump hahaha I was like OMG what is this? I had the baby, I think a lot of women don't even realize they come home with a bump, so I was so proud of her , but she is just perfect in everyway Diana would be so proud of her son for marrying such a down to earth woman. I hope Harry is as lucky as his big brother, those boys have been through a lot.
Who cares? People are people, money or not. The media sure likes to make a lot out of nothing -- and why? Because people thrive on this garbage.
Personally, I try to always look decent when I go out. That one day, now and then, that I don't care, is the day I meet a long lost acquaintance at the store, and they are decked out and look fabulous! Ahhhhhhh......we've all been there!
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9,689 8/25/13 11:30 A
I have never been able to stir myself to give three rat's behinds about what celebrities are doing. I don't care about their babies, I don't care about their "weight struggles" and when you're someone who is only famous for being famous, then I care even *less* -- the whole obsession is so nauseating to me. These people aren't any different than anyone else. They just have more people following them around with cameras than I do. And in some cases, more money than sense.
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2,953 8/25/13 7:10 A
Yes I agree that is a beautiful baby. Unfortunately when you live the celebrity lifestyle, as Kim does, then you are always in the media's glare.
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174 8/25/13 7:07 A
Sorry, I don,t have a lot of sympathy for those moms, They are not shy about showing off there so called Baby Bump, then they should own the after baby weight. Embrace what is and accept the reality.
Yeah Kate Middleton!!!!
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1,330 8/24/13 10:28 P
Yes, she is beautiful - a perfect mix of mother and father. I also feel bad for Kim. She, like Jessica Simpson, like me, like lots of women gain a good bit of weight when pregnant. To be followed and photographed and laughed at, all while hormones are raging. Ugh...sucks.
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8,009 8/24/13 10:12 P
I just saw a picture of this little angel today and she's adorable! I feel bad for these celebrities that have babies and are expected to lose the weight right after they give birth that is just crazy, it's sad that Kim felt like she needed to hide out in order to get somewhat of her shape back but she'd of been on every magazine if she hadn't. Imagine if us regular folks had to have pictures taken of us constantly and put all over the world of us looking at our worst and what I mean by worst is a day you just don't care and want to go out to your mailbox with just a sundress , hair undone and no make up. I wouldn't want to live under that magnifying glass. Just hope she's losing her weight safely because in the end it's all about feeling good for yourself and not others. She has a baby to think about now and needs to concentrate on that and she needs to put her priorities straight, the weight will come off when it does. BUT gorgeous baby girl Nori is, just an angel!
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