She’s Baaaack: Kimmy Cakes Set To Show Off Her New Slimmy-Trimmy Post Baby Bawwwdy On Mama Kris’s Talk Show

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Kim’s short lived lime-light hiatus is nearing its’ end…

Kim Kardashian To Debut Post-Baby Body On Kris Jenner Talk Show

Earlier this week, new mommy-banger Kim Kardashian finally stepped out of hiding but still not in front of the cameras and even posted her first message talking about her new-found mommyhood and thanking her fans for their support.

Although no cameras actually caught Kimmy Cakes on the move this time, word on the street is that she’ll be making her official post-baby debut back into the limelight via her momager Kris’ Jenner’s new talk show.

via People Magazine

Kim Kardashian is keepin’ it all in the family. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, who has been maintaining a low profile since giving birth to daughter North West on June 15, has plans to debut her post-baby body this summer — on mom Kris Jenner’s new daytime talk show, Kris!

Multiple sources tell Us Weekly that the first-time mom, 32, is eager to make her return to the spotlight a memorable one, and is working hard to get her figure back for the big reveal.

“She wants to show up like Heidi Klum and have everyone marvel at how fast she lost the weight,” a source tells Us. Kardashian has already lost 20 of the 50 pounds she gained during her pregnancy.

“She won’t leave the house until she’s thinner,” the source added.

Kardashian is currently spending time at Jenner’s Hidden Hills, Calif. home, after being told by doctors to take it easy in the five weeks following the baby’s birth (“She’s frustrated she can’t exercise yet,” according to the insider.)

It’s no secret that Hollyweird moms face a lot of pressure to have their snapback game in tact early, but given that baby Nori was born 5 weeks premature, we’re thinking Kim could still stand to take it easy and ease her way back into the public eye.

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