Kim Kardashian Baby Bump? Olivier Rousteing Holds Kardashian's Stomach At Met Gala [PHOTO]

 @ammiet1a.tate@ibtimes.com on May 07 2014 10:55 AM
Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian at the Met Gala 2014 Reuters

Kim Kardashian may have baby No. 2 on the way, less than a year after giving birth to her first child, North. At the Met Gala, the reality star stunned in a blue Lanvin gown, with a belt strategically placed below her chest.

However, fans were even more interested in a photo Balmain’s Creative Director Olivier Rousteing took with Kardashian. In the black-and-white photo, Rousteing is seen resting his hand on Kardashian’s stomach, which is what people tend to do when one is expecting. In some photos taken on the red carpet, it also seems Kardashian, 33, has a small baby bump.

If she is with child, it will not be much of a surprise, after Kardashian expressed wanting more children back in December. On her Mobio Insider page, she admitted that her long-range plans include having a bigger family. “In 10 years I see myself raising a family of three children possibly and just loving life with my husband and our children,” she said.

Meanwhile, Kardashian and fiancé Kanye West were rumored to be have gotten married last week ahead of their wedding in Paris. However, Kardashian confirmed to Vogue that the couple have yet to marry. When asked if she should be called Mrs. West or Kim, the reality star responded, "Still Kim, Mrs. West soon!"

They are expected to be making May 24 the special day, less than two weeks before West’s 37th birthday. While the cost of the total wedding remains unknown, Grazia UK reports the couple will be spending upward of $25 million on wedding favors alone. Included in the $125,000 goodie bags? $500 bottles of Bollinger champagne, $200 Creme de la Mer products, handmade souvenir trinkets with Kim and Kanye's initials etched in Swarovski crystals, bottles of scents from local perfumeries, and $250 vouchers for treatments at the hotel's spa. Even the wedding invitations, which are said to be hand-delivered, will cost a reported $1,000 each

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