Kim Kardashian technically makes post-baby body debut on Kris Jenner's talk show
By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 08/02/2013
Kim Kardashian has technically made her first public appearance since giving birth to boyfriend Kanye West's baby North "Nori" West on June 15.
While viewers didn't get a chance to actually see the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star's post-baby body, Kardashian briefly appeared on a pre-taped video clip during her mother Kris Jenner's new daytime talk showKris! on Friday.
Before the segment aired, Kardashian had tweeted, "Getting ready to surprise my mom on @krisjennershow today!!!! You ready NYC? Tune in!"
Jenner's guest co-host Sean "Diddy" Combs set up the clip by pretending it was a preview for Revolt, his new cable network.
The video clip then featured Kardashian from the shoulders up, wearing a white v-neck blouse and sporting a stick-straight hairstyle.
"Hey mom, I just wanted to say congratulations on your new show," Kardashian expressed. "I'm sorry I couldn't be there in person, but I'm just loving life a little bit too much at home right now. But I watch you every single day and you are so amazing. You really are born to do this. So I just want to say I love you and have an amazing show."
Jenner got all teary-eyed at the sight of her daughter and announced, "That got me! That was a great surprise. That really did make me cry. Thank you, Kimmy."
Us Weekly reported late last month Kardashian would be revealing her new slimmer body on Kris! this summer. A source told the magazine at the time Kardashian wasn't going to leave the 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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