Kim Kardashian to release weight loss book

2013-10-14 08:38
Kim Kardashian

Los Angeles - Kim Kardashian is planning to release a diary documenting her post-baby weight loss.

The 32-year-old star has been working hard at getting her figure back since giving birth to daughter North - her first child with partner Kanye West - in June.

Now Kim has decided it would be interesting for her fans to be able to see her body as it returns to her former glory in a series on intimate images released in a book.

A source from Kim's camp exclusively told Yahoo omg!: "Kim and Kanye are always thinking about the brand and how to make it bigger and better, so Kim is loving the idea of a post-baby body visual diary, showing her weight loss.

"She knows there are plenty of pap photos of her out there, but only she has the really personal ones that no one can get close enough to take of her."

Kim is now looking for a publishing deal for the weight loss record and is confident the book, which will catalogue every step of her battle with the baby bulge, will be a hit.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star has been avoiding posting photos of herself on Instagram or Twitter and has been shunning the paparazzi in preparation of her book release.

Kim - who is believed to have gained 45 lbs while she was expecting North - has been using her photo record to inspire herself to hit the gym harder and not waver from her diet.
The source said: ''Kim has taken daily photos of herself as she slims down and they're on her phone and printed out in her private dressing room in order of weight loss.

"She also has a full size photo of a few Hollywood bikini bodies which she aspires to and is using them as a margin of how much weight she wants to lose.

"Kim looks at photos of herself from a few weeks ago and is beyond excited that she's slimming down all the time. The visual spur of her photos arranged on her wall have been a huge inspiration."

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