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Kim Kardashian: I don't want nannies

22 February 2013, 07:35

 Los Angeles - Kim Kardashian is reportedly against Kanye West's plan to hire a team of nannies for their son or daughter.

The rapper wants to employ an entourage to help when they become parents in July, but Kim has insisted they will provide all care for the baby themselves.

A source told the Daily Star newspaper: "Kanye worries she'll be juggling too much and thought a group of nannies would be what she wanted.

"Kim is so driven by work and her image, she's already lining her diary up with personal appearances from August onwards, despite being due to give birth in July.

"Her attitude seems to be that she'll give birth, lose the weight in double quick time, and then get back to work. And Kanye is fine with that, but he wants to make sure they have all the support they'll need when the time comes."

Baby won't appear on TV

Kanye, 35, is said to have got into further trouble when he brought up the fact Kim, 32, didn't find it easy coping when she had a pet kitten, Mercy - who sadly died at four months old after contracting a virus - last year.

The source added: "She couldn't believe he would compare her looking after a pet to being a mum and is now insisting they can manage without the huge entourage of carers."

Despite being a mother-to-be, Kim wrote on her blog this week that her family's show Keeping Up With the Kardashians is her "number one priority" and she has plans to stop filming any time soon.

However, she has confirmed she will not allow her baby to appear on TV.

- BangShowBiz


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