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Kim Kardashian’s pregnancy scare

Kim Kardashian’s pregnancy scare

Kim Kardashian is resting up after a pregnancy scare saw her rush to the doctor in fear she was having a miscarriage.

Sources say that during a flight from Los Angeles from Paris, Kim started to feel unwell. “Kim started feeling ill on the plane from Paris, and called friends as soon as she landed,” a source told the New York Post. “She was rushed to her doctor Tuesday night in tears. She thought she was having a miscarriage.”

Kim’s sister Khloe posted on her blog to reassure fans her sister was okay. “A lot of you have expressed concern in the recent hours about Kim, and I just wanted to let you all know that mommy and baby are doing fine and just taking it easy right now. Thank you so much to all of our wonderful fans and loved ones for your concern and support. We love you,” wrote Khloe.

Sources say Kim is following doctor’s orders to rest and has been told to stop exercising. The reality star is believed to have been working out seven days a week in a bid to manage her pregnancy weight-gain.

Kim’s not respecting her pregnancy. She’s running around, working out seven days a week. She’s working with two different trainers to control her weight, including Tracy Anderson and a pregnancy trainer,” says a source.

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