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Kim Kardashian avoiding maternity wear

26 March 2013, 08:15

Los Angeles - Kim Kardashian is avoiding maternity clothes.

The 32-year-old star - who is due to give birth to her and Kanye West's first child in July - has accepted her changing shape but isn't ready to ditch her signature short, tight dresses just yet.

A source told Us Weekly magazine: "She's just not a maternity girl, but she's finally accepting her body and getting more comfortable. She doesn't feel sexy but she's feels feminine. She's glowing."

Kim recently admitted she is struggling to get dressed every day as she has put on weight everywhere except her stomach and is tired of trying to conceal her pregnancy curves.

'Dressing the bump'

She said: "For me, I've found that I've gained inches and I've gotten wider but my belly hasn't popped yet, so I struggle finding things that don't make me look heavy.

"Some days my baby bump really shows, and some days it doesn't...so I never really know what I'm going to look like.

"At this stage, I guess I'm more focused on concealing the weight gain than I am about dressing the bump, just because it hasn't popped yet.

"Once I start showing more, I'll be all about showing off my bump, and I can't wait!"

The Kourtney & Kim Take Miami star loves being pregnant as it has enabled her to shop for a whole new wardrobe.

She said: "I'm definitely having a lot of fun with my maternity fashion. [I] love trying new things."

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