Kim Kardashian reveals her baby bump

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Friday, February 22, 2013





She's shown a new reticence about her body since announcing her pregnancy, hiding her changing figure in layers of dark clothing.


But Kim Kardashian overcame her shyness to show off the beginnings of a baby bump in a bikini as she posed for her first pregnancy photoshoot.


Wearing a white two-piece and a simple floral sarong, the reality star was styled as a 'Tahitian princess' and kept her make-up simple and hair brushed back.


The images were shot by photographer Bruce Weber at his Miami home just five days after Kanye West announced his girlfriend's pregnancy back in January.


Looking relaxed and happy, Kim also takes to the pool in the shots, her hair wet and eyelashes glistening.


She told DuJour magazine she was having an easy pregnancy, with no morning sickness, no cravings and no fatigue.


'I used to always say I can't wait to get pregnant because I will just eat whatever I want, but it's completely different,' she told the magazine.


'I'm like, OK, I want to eat as healthy as possible.'


— Daily Mail


Sir Richard Branson pledges to give away half his fortune


Sir Richard Branson is among the latest crop of billionaires who have promised to donate at least half their fortune to charity. The Virgin Group founder has added his name to the Giving Pledge campaign set up by US investor Warren Buffett and Microsoft founder Bill Gates. In their pledge letter, Sir Richard and his wife Joan said they wanted to use cash from the company to create 'a healthy, equitable and peaceful world for future generations to enjoy.' The Giving Pledge was started three years ago by Gates, his wife Melinda and Buffett, and within just a few months they had encouraged more than 30 other US billionaires to get on board. The initiative does not accept any money, but asks billionaires to make a moral commitment to give away their wealth to charity.


Sir Richard is among the first non-U.S. batch of signatories to join as Gates and Buffett decided to concentrate their early efforts on those in America first. Others include Russian industrial magnate Vladimir Potanin and Ukrainian metals and media tycoon Victor Pinchuk. Other prominent pledgers include Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Star Wars director George Lucas and Ted Turner, the founder of the CNN news channel.


— Daily Mail


Black models on the runway at Tom Ford 2013 ready-to-wear London Fashion Week


— Style.com


   

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