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Kim Kardashian spotted out in public for first time since baby's birth

By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 08/15/2013 

Kim Kardashian has been spotted out in public for the first time since she gave birth to baby North "Nori" West two months ago.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star was photographed walking into a Los Angeles medical facility on Wednesday with boyfriend Kanye West and a nanny, who was shown carrying North in a fully-covered car seat, TMZ reported.

While the pictures offered no glimpse of the couple's daughter, a significantly slimmer Kardashian was captured sporting a very casual look complete with a loose button-down shirt, flannel sweater tied around her waist, leggings and suede ankle boots. West was wearing a sweatshirt, jeans and sneakers.

This marks the first time fans have somewhat gotten to see Kardashian's entire post-baby body. The reality TV star briefly appeared on a pre-taped video clip during her mother Kris Jenner's new daytime talk show Kris! earlier this month, however, the clip only featured Kardashian from the shoulders up.

Us Weekly reported late last month Kardashian wasn't going to leave her house until she was thinner and she had already dropped 20 of the 50 pounds she allegedly gained during her pregnancy.

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