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Kim Kardashian’s Shared Some Unusual Pregnancy Advice…

It’s no secret that the reality star didn’t have an easy – or particularly enjoyable pregnancy – but Kim Kardashian’s advice may come as a shock

The reality star has revealed that she would ‘recommend hiding for a good year’ to mums-to-be.

‘I recommend hiding for a good year and having no pregnancy style,’ Kim, 33, told a US magazine. ‘That’s what I recommend. If you can do it, hide. Never leave the house.’

'If you can do it, hide. Never leave the house.’

Her younger sister Khloe, 30, disagreed with her response to the question, saying, ‘OK, well that’s not practical. Give another answer.’ But Kim kept to her advice, saying, ‘That’s really my recommendation. Wear a huge blanket.’

Kim’s pregnancy, which was documented for her reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians, included quite a few lows.

As well as being unhappy about her weight gain, she suffered from a number of medical issues including pre-eclampsia and said she wouldn’t wish her pregnancy on anyone.

Motherhood is, obviously, a different story and Kim has spoken out numerous times about her love of her daughter North, who recently celebrated her first birthday.

Kim has admitted that, like all mums probably, she would ‘rather spend time with family than work,’ and has said that having her daughter has made her rethink her priorities. But we wonder if she would be willing to go through pregnancy again to have baby number two?

Did you find pregnancy less enjoyable than you expected? Let us know in the comments box below.

 
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