Kim Kardashian Says Her Pregnancy Weight Gain Was God's Way of Punishing Her

by Antoinette Bueno 1:07 PM PST, December 10, 2014
Photo: Elle UK

Kim Kardashian has an interesting theory on why she gained such a significant amount of pregnancy weight while expecting her first child, the now one-year-old North West.

In what's already proven to be a revealing interview with Elle U.K., Kim blames her much talked-about weight gain last year on God.

"I'd think God was doing this for a reason," she says. "He was saying: 'Kim, you think you're so hot, but look what I can do to you.'"

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"My body just went crazy," she further explains. "After five months I swore I'd never get pregnant again. I got so huge and it felt like someone had taken over my body."

But that of course didn't last long. Kim reveals that she and husband Kanye West definitely want more siblings for baby Nori.

"I want a boy and another girl; I want it to start happening straight away," she shares. "I loved being part of a huge family -- and I want that for North. We'd do IVF if nothing happens, but we both want to keep trying naturally."

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And nowadays, she couldn't be happier with her famously curvy physique. Kim shows off her toned legs on the January 2015 Elle U.K. cover, rocking an open shirt dress accessorized with a wide black belt.

Photo: Elle UK

"I'm an Armenian girl, I have shape, and it turned out people liked that," she says. "That makes me feel good about myself and about other women for being so supportive. I am a confident woman, but I didn't just arrive confident -- it has built over the years and that is a big part of who I am now."

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Nowhere was her confidence more evident than in her headline-making Paper magazine cover in November, when she showed off her bare butt in a very NSFW pic.

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