Kim Kardashian uploaded a picture of baby clothes and a note sent by Katie Couric onto her Instagram account and asked her not to “talk s**t” if she’s going to pretend to be nice.
Kim Kardashian, 32, is livid after Katie Couric slammed her in an interview on Thursday despite sending her a baby gift for North West.
Kim Kardashian uploaded a picture of baby clothes and a note sent by Katie Couric
The suddenly feisty Kim Kardashian wrote alongside the snap: “#IHateFakeMediaFriends “#MayIHumblySuggestYouNotSendGiftsThenTalkSh*t.”
The offending comments were made by Katie Couric in an In Touch interview that was published on Wednesday.
Katie Couric, 56, said she doesn’t understand why Kim Kardashian and the rest of the Kardashians are famous.
She said: “I think it’s mostly teenage girls that are interested.”
Katie Couric’s message even had a printing error, truncating “North West” to just “No”.
Pregnant Kim Kardashian revealed she has gained 20 lbs during an interview on Live! With Kelly and Michael in New York.
Kim Kardadshian, 32, used her sister Kourtney as a comparison, stating that her elder sibling had gained more weight in her pregnancy with Penelope at the same mark.
“I’ve gained 20lbs,” said Kim Kardashian, who is almost five months pregnant.
“At this stage Kourtney had gained 30,” the reality star added.
“I will probably gain those 60 pounds, just give me a couple more months.”
Pregnant Kim Kardashian revealed she has gained 20 lbs during an interview on Live With Kelly and Michael in New York
Kim Kardashian added that so far she has not succumbed to junk food cravings and has so far been indulging in healthy treats.
“I want to have those cravings, like cheeseburgers, but I haven’t. Now I eat healthy I don’t know what’s going on,” she said.
Kim Kardashian revealed that she had recently gone baby clothes shopping for the first time, but made sure to not give the sex of her baby away when Kelly and Michael asked whether she had purchased pink or blue items.
“I bought a lot of black and white,” Kim Kardashian said with a coy smile.
The reality star had nothing but praise for sister Kourtney Kardashian, who has offered encouragement and baby tips.
“I couldn’t survive without Kourtney. She has given me the best tips about strollers and everything,” she said.
In an interview with E! this week, Kim Kardashian said she is enjoying the fact her bump is now showing.
“I think it’s really cute now that my belly has popped a little bit. I think it’s really a sexy thing; it’s cute.
“It’s just such an exciting thing for the guys to see our body go through all these different changes. [Kanye West] loves it and embraces it and he’s helped me feel sexy and embrace it.”
An enterprising designer has come up with a unique way to get children involved with the housework: by turning crawling babies into cleaning machines.
The entrepreneur has combined the traditional “onesie” Babygro with specially designed mop heads fixed to the arms and legs which enable babies to polish the floor as they learn to crawl.
The $40 Baby Mop is the brainchild of U.S. website BetterThanPants.com and was inspired by a spoof Japanese advert of a similar invention.
In their blurb for the novelty product the writers on the website joke the outfit will “teach your baby a strong work ethic early on in their life” while helping to educate them not to drop food on the floor.
They go on to say that the baby “will get a nice workout, burn off energy, and do muscle toning. And sleep better too”.
Baby Mop is the brainchild of BetterThanPants website and was inspired by a spoof Japanese advert of a similar invention
Mike Parker from BetterThanPants.com said: “We have sold about 100 in just one month since adding it to our site.
“So far all the feedback from customers has been very positive, however we get some negative emails surrounding the idea of the actual product.
“It’s made from microfibre mop material attached directly to the baby clothes. We use the full <<footie-type>> pyjamas.
“The idea formed to make the actual product from a Japanese commercial on the web.
“I believe the idea was submitted as part of a contest on ridiculous inventions in Japan but was never actually sold anywhere.
“But this is the real deal, it’s a legit product and is proving very, very popular.”
Shoppers visiting the site have reacted with good humor, saying they love the product – with one jokingly suggesting wetting the mop to make the baby more efficient.