Kim Kardashian “Not There Yet” With Her Post-Baby Weight Loss

Kim Kardashian 'Not There Yet' With Post-Baby Weight Loss

Kim Kardashian still has some ways to go until she’s back to her pre-baby body, her mom Kris Jenner has revealed.

The reality star had a whopping 50 pounds of baby weight to shed after giving birth to daughter North last month (June 15), but despite rumors that Kim was working so hard that she’d almost lost the extra pounds already, her momager says that’s just not true.

Jenner opened up all about her daughter’s weight loss on Thursday’s (July 25) episode of her talk show ‘Kris’, when guest co-host Ryan Seacrest questioned her on the subject.

“Trust me. She’s not there yet,” Kris revealed.

But Jenner claims Kim is definitely on her way to getting her pre-baby body back, it’s just too soon to have lost it all in just six weeks.

“Well, it’s been 3 seconds since she’s given birth,” Kris joked. Seriously, she added: “She is working hard. She’s not there yet, and if she were there already, it would be freaky weird.”

Meanwhile, Kim and baby daddy Kanye West are still “amazed” by their little girl, and can’t get enough of baby North.

“All is well, all is love and happiness,” a Kimye insider tells Hollywood Life. “The baby is healthy and has everything she could ever want.”

“She’s so precious and Kim and Kanye are amazed every time they see her. They’re in the moment, still.”

It’s been reported several times that Kim is desperate to get out of the house and show her baby off to the world, and Kanye has apparently been telling friends he’d love to take North out in public if it wasn’t for the paparazzi.

So why have Kim and North remained in hiding? Not even their friends know the answer to that.

“Who knows, to be honest. I thought they’d already have showed the world by now!” confessed one insider.

Six weeks on and we’re yet to see Kim Kardashian and baby North. In complete contrast, Kate Middleton and Prince William revealed baby George (the future King of England!) to the world less than 24-hours after the prince was born (July 22).