(New York Post) - Kim Kardashian was rushed to a doctor in Los Angeles on Tuesday night when she feared she was having a miscarriage after returning from Paris fashion week, Page Six can exclusively reveal. And while it was fortunately a false alarm, Kim has now been ordered by her doctors to stop overdoing it and get more rest.
The four-months-pregnant reality star flew to Paris on Sunday to join baby-daddy Kanye West at a Givenchy show and dinner after, with guests including Frank Ocean and designer Riccardo Tisci.
But sources say that when the E! star arrived back in LA on Tuesday, she was immediately rushed to her doctor in tears.
“Kim started feeling ill on the plane from Paris, and called friends as soon as she landed,” an insider said. “She was rushed to her doctor Tuesday night in tears. She thought she was having a miscarriage.”
Luckily she and the baby were fine, and Kardashian was sent home at 12:30 a.m. after she was examined and given the all-clear. But doctors told her she’s working and exercising too hard, and gave her a stern warning to rest.
“Kim’s not respecting her pregnancy,” says a source. “She’s running around, working out seven days a week. She’s working with two different trainers to control her weight, including Tracy Anderson and a pregnancy trainer.”
The source added that Kardashian — who’s been photographed obsessively working out while expecting — has been desperately trying to tame her figure amid public criticism that she’s ballooning.
“She’s scared that her ass is as big as a couch and is going south,” the source said. “But she is having a very rough pregnancy, and doctors have ordered her to slow down.”
Meanwhile, Kim’s rapper beau West was busy swanning around Paris on Tuesday at a black-tie bash for Carine Roitfeld’s CR Fashion Book with Karl Lagerfeld, Kate Moss, Jessica Chastain, Jessica Alba, Amanda Seyfried, Nicole Richie and Karlie Kloss.
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