Kim Kardashian Accentuates Pregnancy Curves in Bright Red Maxi With Kanye West in Paris

Celebrity Moms Apr. 30, 2013 AT 3:50PM
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West step out together in Paris, France on April 30. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West step out together in Paris, France on April 30. Credit: INFphoto.com

Kim Kardashian is on a red-hot roll! The reality star stepped out in a second form-fitting red dress this week that accentuated her expanding pregnancy curves in Paris, France on Tuesday, Apr. 30. See more photos of Kimye in Paris.

After showing off her baby bump in a short red dress during her family vacation in Mykonos, Greece on Apr. 28, the reality star, 32, tried out another bright red look in a longer maxi dress while going for a walk with boyfriend Kanye West in the City of Lights.

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On Apr. 29, the 35-year-old rapper picked up his girlfriend, who is expecting their first child in July, from her Greece vacation in a private plane to have her join him in Paris. (West has been working on his next album in the French metropolis.) A source tells Us Weekly that the rapper "had a quick meal in Greece with her family," before whisking Kardashian away to France.

That same day, Kardashian tweeted, "Best day ever." She later reminisced about her family trip, which was being film for Keeping Up With the Kardashians, writing, "Greece was so amaze."

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As Kardashian and West prepare for the birth of their first child, there's one thing they won't be doing -- registering for gifts. Instead, the couple are asking friends and family to make a donation to Lurie Children's Hospital in Chicago, where West grew up.

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"Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago would like to extend its sincerest gratitude to Kim Kardashian and Kanye West for their thoughtfulness and support of the hospital," a rep for the hospital said in a statement to TMZ. "Funds donated on behalf of Kardashian and West will be directed to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Fund, which will help care for the most critically ill babies and their families."

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