Jan 9 2013, 2:31pm CST | by Luigi Lugmayr
Kim Kardashian plans to keep her baby hidden for six months.
The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star - who is expecting her first child with boyfriend of nine months Kanye West, 35, in June - reportedly wants to keep their baby completely out of the limelight and has already decided the tot will never appear on reality TV to protect his or her privacy.
A source close to the 32-year-old star, who is 14-weeks pregnant, told USMagazine.com: "She doesn't even want the baby to be seen for the first six months."
The insider said she and Kanye "have decided as a family that their baby is not going to be on the shows," and she is also "ready to dial back from being so public" herself.
News that the baby will be kept under-wraps follows reports that the couple - who are currently enjoying a "little babymoon" in Paris - recently turned down a magazine offer of $3million for the first pictures of the baby.
It is also contrary to comments made by E!'s network president last week, who hinted that the couple planned to feature their baby on Kim and her family's reality shows.
Suzanne Kolb said: "Kim and Kanye are an incredibly dynamic couple, and their baby news is just so exciting. Like so many Kardashian fans, we love it when this close-knit family gets even bigger. We look forward to sharing the joy as they prepare for more diapers, more bottles and without a doubt, more fabulous baby wear."
Kim's older sister Kourtney, 33, has already allowed her children Mason, three, and Penelope, seven months, to be featured on their reality show and even broadcast footage of her delivery them in hospital.
Source: Bang Showbiz
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