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First Photos Of Post-Pregnancy Kim Kardashian
Brace yourself, world—the first photos of post-birth Kim Kardashian have surfaced, and in them, she looks...just like she always does.
Yes! It's shocking. The pictures were taken by TMZ as Kim, Kanye, North and their nanny left an L.A. medical center on Wednesday. Kim and Kanye look healthy and good, but the baby, of course, is covered up by a sheet in the car seat.
Other than that, the big new about this photo—according to every blog that wrote about it—is that the nanny, not Kim or Kanye, is carrying the baby. Why this is news is somewhat unclear; they would hardly be the first Hollywood family to have a nanny on hand to do...well, everything. Really, who has the time?
Anyway, not much can be seen of Kim's much ballyhooed post-pregnancy body, since she's covered it up with a baggy shirt and a flannel tied around her waist. So, we'll just have to wait and see how she's doing with the whole getting back in shape thing. We do know that Kanye presumably has hired trainers for her, in anticipation of a Vogue photo shoot that Vogue allegedly doesn't want.
So much yet to be determined!
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