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Kim Kardashian: My baby won't be on TV

31 January 2013, 07:41

Los Angeles - Kim Kardashian will not let her baby appear on her TV show.

The reality star is expecting her first child with rapper Kanye West, but has ruled out the child appearing on Keeping Up with the Kardashians until the tot is old enough to make a decision themselves.

Kim told TV host Jimmy Kimmel: "The baby is not going to be on our show. When he or she decides that's what they want to do, then that will be a decision."

The 32-year-old star said arriving at the decision not to feature their baby on the show was difficult, after Jimmy pointed out the child may feel left out as they'd be one of the only members of the family not on TV.

She explained: "It's a tough decision. From the start, as of now, that's just a personal choice that Kanye and I have made. We're going to try to keep it as private as possible."

'Kanye's really soppy'

Although she is taking the decision to keep her baby off television, Kim loves having her sister Kourtney's little ones, Mason, three, and six-month-old Penelope, on their show.

"I love seeing Mason and Penelope on TV. Mason is the highlight of our show, I think," she added.

Kanye has reportedly already banned rap music in his house ahead of the birth, as he believes listening to classical music will make his baby more intelligent and doesn't want his offspring to follow him into music.

A source close to the couple said: "Kanye's really soppy. He wants Kim to lay down some vocals while she's carrying his child. He thinks it'll be cool for his son or daughter to listen to the track when they're older."

- BangShowBiz


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