Tuesday 12 December 2017

Kim Kardashian wants a few months of normal, before trying for next child with Kanye

The couple snapped in Paris are keen to have a large family.
The couple snapped in Paris are keen to have a large family.
PARIS, FRANCE - JANUARY 21: Kanye West and Kim Kardashian leave the 'Meurice' hotel on January 21, 2014 in Paris, France. (Photo by Marc Piasecki/FilmMagic)
Kanye pictured with his daughter North (Photo: Kim Kardashian)

Kim Kardashian has said she would like a family as big as her own.

The 33-year-old star and her fiancé Kanye West welcomed their daughter North last June.

Since giving birth Kim has made it no secret how much she disliked her pregnancy.

Her husband-to-be is reportedly keen for them to begin trying for another tot, but Kim isn't convinced.

"Kanye is suggesting they start trying again, but Kim doesn't feel ready," a source told British magazine Closer. "She says she still gets nightmares about how it felt."

Kim admitted to "hysterically crying" when with child and describes the feeling as "really hard mentally".

She and Kanye are believed to be planning to tie the knot this summer after he popped the question last October. Before extending her family Kim is allegedly desperate to make the most of her new-mother period and trim figure, especially for her wedding day.

"She'd like at least four kids, but wants a few more months of feeling normal," the source added. "She wants to enjoy her wedding and feel confident in her dress."

Kim has nothing but praise for Kanye and his fathering skills. The proud parents regularly share photos of their tot, especially when they are apart.

"He is honestly the most amazing dad," she smiled to talk show host Ellen DeGeneres. "He loves her so much. He just left to go out of town, so I send him a picture and video every day. He's like, 'She grew up so much!' and I'm like, 'Babe, it's been one day. You haven't seen her in a day. Not a lot has changed.' But he really is a hands-on dad."

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