Kim Kardashian Embraces Pregnancy Curves in Flowing Beige Maxi-Dress, Flat Sandals: Picture

Celebrity News Apr. 4, 2013 AT 1:30PM
Kim Kardashian stops by SweetHarts in Sherman Oaks, California with friends to snack on some frozen yogurt on April 3, 2013. Kim Kardashian stops by SweetHarts in Sherman Oaks, California with friends to snack on some frozen yogurt on April 3, 2013. Credit: FameFlynet

If you can't beat 'em, join 'em. Kim Kardashian embraced her pregnancy curves during a frozen yogurt run on Wednesday, April 3, wearing a flowing beige off-shoulder maxi-dress that accentuated her very ample cleavage.

Kardashian, 32, also noticeably ditched her heels in favor of a pair of simple, flat thong sandals for the quick trip.

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The pregnant reality star, who brought a few friends along for the excursion, looked ecstatic as she indulged in the sweet treats from the Sherman Oaks, Calif. shop.

Just last week, the Kourtney and Kim Take Miami star opened up about her reaction to all the press surrounding her growing baby bump in an interview with Good Morning America.

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"Kourtney warned me when you become a mom and become pregnant, there will be this whole new group of critics that will criticize me for everything you do," she said on March 26. "If I wear one color clothes, I'm in this kind of mood. Or if I wear heels, they're harmful." 

The reality star has learned not to pay any mind to naysayers, however. In fact, she added, wearing flats actually physically "hurts" her.

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"You know what, they actually hurt my back," she said by way of explaining why she usually opts for sky-high heels. "I love high heels … Whatever makes me feel good, I want to wear. And I love wearing heels. I'm trying the flats, but we'll see."

Kardashian and boyfriend Kanye West, 35, are expecting their happy bundle of joy in July.

For more on how Kim is fighting back against the haters, pick up the new issue of Us Weekly, on stands Friday.

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