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Brace yourselves! Here are the new photos of Khloe Kardashian and her baby bump

And she's seriously glowing.

By Zoe Burrell
Khloe Kardashian has made a rare public appearance since it was reported that she is expecting her first child with beau Tristan Thompson.
The reality star – who’s rumoured to be five months along – showed off her growing baby bump on Thursday while filming *Keeping Up With The Kardashians in New York City.
The snaps look ready to burst on her black top.
The reality star posed out the front of the Good American press luncheon in New York, careful to avoid any positions that would give away her bump.
The reality star avoid any positions that would better show her bump.
KoKo showed off her tiny baby bump.
Just two months ago, the mamma-to-be rocked a pair of leather pants with a chic black Jacket at the one year anniversary of her Good American denim line.
Naturally, Khloe stayed mum on confirming any pregnancy news, but she did tease the crowd by revealing she’s embracing her curves.
“My weight fluctuates all the time and I love that at any size I feel comfortable,” she told People.
“When I was bigger and wore bigger clothes I looked even bigger. I love embracing my curves no matter what size I am.”
As for who her go-to-person for all things baby advice will be, our money’s on Kris Jenner.
Yep, Khloe also praised her mum for raising the Kardashian-Jenner clan at the bash, and when talking about women who influence her said, “Everything my mum has instilled in us and taught us just raising six crazy kids. I just respect all of them so much… as corny as it is.”
Khloe made her first public appearance since the announcement to celebrate the one year anniversary of her Good American denim line.
Meanwhile, the Kardashians have never shied away from social media but Khloe opened up about the role that it plays in her life.
“Nowadays you can’t escape anything,” she said at the event.
“Just think about what you want to do with your career and your life and if that is on brand for you and that’s going to make you proud later in life then post it.”
She continued, “I think that’s, all you can do is live for yourself. You can’t worry about what anyone else thinks but still think about at least 5 to 10 years in front of you because those things come back to haunt you.”

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