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With the due date getting closer every day, Kim Kardashian is revealing some secrets of her pregnancy. In an interview with Extra, Kim talks baby names, pregnancy cravings, and even her weight gain.
When asked about baby names, after rumors popped up last week that Kanye West wanted to name the child North West, Kim says they aren’t decided yet, though her family tradition of names beginning with a K appeals to her. “I think it would be really cute cause Kanye and I are both K’s,” she says, “but half the names on our list aren’t K’s.” It sounds like West has definite ideas about the name he’d like though, as she says, “Kanye, being the father, wants something that’s unique.”
While she has put on weight, as with any pregnancy, the tabloids are blowing the number way out of proportion, according to Kim. “There are maybe two or three covers just this week that say I am 200 pounds. I’m like, ‘You are 60 pounds off here,'” says the mother-to-be, adding, “It wouldn’t even bother me if I gained all the weight.”
As far as cravings go, Kim says she normally has a huge sweet tooth, but her pregnancy has changed her tastes. Instead, she now craves something else entirely. “I’m waiting for the moments when someone’s like ‘Let’s go to McDonald’s and Taco Bell,'” she explains. Though, unfortunately, she’s out of luck, as those trips are “not happening for me and I’m kind of sad about it.” Instead, Kim’s go to snack is carrots and celery, dipped in ranch dressing.

While reports earlier in her pregnancy said Kim was unhappy with the way her body was changing, the “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star has adjusted to her new figure, saying, “Once you kind of grasp that and embrace it… it’s amazing.”
Kim and Kanye’s baby, rumored to be a girl, is due in July.

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