Yikes! Pregnant Kourtney Kardashian Nearly Slips on NYC Steps

Celebrity Moms Apr. 10, 2012 AT 12:02PM
Yikes! Pregnant Kourtney Kardashian Nearly Slips on NYC Steps Credit: Splash News Online

That was a close call!

On Monday, pregnant reality star Kourtney Kardashian, 32, nearly tripped while walking down the steps in New York City's Bryant Park. Fortunately, the mom-to-be managed to regain her balance in her Christian Louboutin heels.

Prior to her near slip-up, Kardashian told Us Weekly that she finds it difficult to walk in heels while pregnant. "It's crazy. I almost did it yesterday morning for Easter, and then I was like, 'I can't. Sorry.'"

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The eldest Kardashian sister, who's nearly seven months pregnant, said she's taking her time planning her baby girl's nursery. "We just started thinking about the vibe. It always takes me longer then anyone else," she explained while launching Window's Nokia Lumia 900 phone. "My mom's always like, 'I would have had it done by now. I would've done this and that.'"

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She added: "I'm always like, 'People used to have babies in caves. And they were fine. Just let me figure it out in time.' I'm such a perfectionist -- I want the perfect wallpaper and the perfect color coordinating and the perfect lighting fixtures. I'm always looking on blogs for new ideas."

Kardashian -- already mom to son Mason, 2, with longtime love Scott Disick, 28 -- said she's yet to settle on a baby name.

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"[When people] give me name suggestions, they always tell me M, because that's what they think that I'm doing. So they either tell me M's or K's," she told Us. "I'm like, 'There's no letter. The whole alphabet is available."

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