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Kim Kardashian: Kanye West needs a lot of attention

16 November 2015, 08:44

Los Angeles - Kim Kardashian West has admitted Kanye "needs a lot of attention".

The reality star, who wed the rapper last year, had compared her husband to a child by confessing he is just as demanding of her as their two-year-old daughter North.

Kim - who is pregnant with their second child, a son - said: "I'm very content with just having two (children).

"My husband needs a lot of attention, each kid needs a lot of attention, I work a lot, [and] I want to be able to give everyone just the same amount of attention."

The 35-year-old socialite previously explained she was desperate to have a second child despite hating her first pregnancy, but is not enjoying the experience the second time around either.

The raven-haired beauty, who is due to give birth on December 25, said: ''I am so over it ... I am beyond over it.

"I said this last time. I said I am done. Don't ever make me go through that again.

"I am so honest about pregnancy.

"I think sometimes they (people) think I am ungrateful for being pregnant. It was really hard this time for me to get pregnant.

"How miserable it is, swollen feet and heartburn. It is the worst."

And she is perplexed as to how anyone can enjoy the experience, like her sister Kourtney and mother Kris Jenner claim they did.

Appearing on 'On Air with Ryan Seacrest', she said: "My mum and Kourtney have had blissful pregnancies for my whole life.

"That is all I heard about from my mum. Full liar - I do not understand any one who thinks this is blissful. It is disgusting."

- BangShowBiz


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