Kim Kardashian and Kanye West
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Bang ShowBiz

Kim wants to trim down after becoming comfortable with Kanye

KIM Kardashian is desperately trying to lose weight.

The reality TV star - who has reportedly gained 28 pounds and gone up two dresses since she began dating rapper Kanye West earlier this year - claims to have lost six pounds in the past few days.

She wrote on her blog yesterday: "I've lost about 6 lbs so I wanted to wear something very Miami and fun, sexy and tight out to dinner with my boyfriend! But not a typical short tight dress."

The comment was accompanied by pictures of the couple, in which Kim is wearing a revealing top and skirt on her home from a dinner date with the 'Mercy' rapper, taken earlier this week on the same night that he attacked a photographer for snapping pictures of them and asking him about her ex-boyfriend Reggie Bush.

Earlier this month, the curvy 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star - who previously worked out twice a day with a personal trainer - admitted she was hoping to shed some weight after relaxing her diet and fitness routine.

She said: "I'm hoping to slim down a little bit, and I'm not afraid to say it.

"I think everyone goes up and down in whatever that comfortable love-relationship phase is, where you like to eat out, but now it's time to get it together again."

A friend of the 31-year-old's also recently told heat magazine: "Instead of hitting the gym at 6am, she's finding herself staying in bed with Kanye and really letting her guard down."



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