Kim Kardashian Won't Make Public Appearance Until She 'Loses More Weight'?

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As fans continue to wait for a glimpse of Kim Kardashian, it has now been speculated that the Keeping Up With The Kardashians beauty won't make a public appearance until she "loses more weight".

The reality TV star who has purposely stayed out of the limelight since giving birth to daughter North on June 15, but that still hasn't stopped the rumour mill from going into overdrive.

Alleging that Kim still wants to shed a few more pounds, a source told HollywoodLife:

"The real reason Kim doesn’t want to go out in public yet is because she feels like she needs to lose more weight. She is having a difficult time losing the baby weight and feels really conscious about how huge she looks.

“It’s silly because every new mom gains weight, but for some reason Kim doesn’t feel good enough to be seen in public."

Kim Kardashian Won't Make Public Appearance Until She 'Loses More Weight'?

Kim reportedly won't make a public appearance until she "loses more weight" (WENN)

Believing that Kim wants to make sure she looks perfect when she steps out, the insider continued to claim: “Kim wants to look her very best when she goes out in public with North for the very first time.” 

However, whilst Kim might be worried about dropping the pounds, it appears Kim's beau Kanye believes Kim is perfect just the way she is.

“Kanye thinks she looks beautiful and could care less about her weight,” the source continued to speculate.

A rep for Kim has been approached for comment.

Meanwhile, it has been claimed that Kim will not be Kanye West's plus one at the MTV VMA's as a source reportedly told HollywoodLife: “100% Kim won't be there,” meaning Kanye will celebrating his record-breaking feat without his leading lady.

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