Kim Kardashian shares revealing selfie as she awaits the birth of her son

Kim Kardashian has shared a revealing photo of her large baby bump on her Instagram page. The 35-year-old who is expecting to give birth to her second child any day now, captioned the selfie, "Ready when you are lol."

In the snap North West's mum can be seen posing in a black sports bra. The reality TV star is looking forward to welcoming her first son in the coming days and has made no secret of the fact she can't wait for her pregnancy to be over.

In a blog post put up on her app the clothes designer wrote: "I look at other celebrities and Instagram girls who are literally so skinny right after giving birth. How is that possible?!?! I hope people don’t expect that from me, lol!"

Ready whenever you are lol

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She added that she is planning on taking her time when it comes to returning to her pre-pregnancy weight, explaining that she will be "focused" on returning to her workout schedule and is looking forward to the "challenge".

With her first pregnancy Kim had to give birth to her daughter early as she suffered from dangerously high blood pressure.

Concerned about the complications that may come with this birth, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star has already taken the decision to have the baby turned around in her womb by doctors. Baby West was head up, that is in the breech position, rather than head down ready for birth.

Kim is expecting her second child any day now

The star explained: "They gave me an IV with medication to relax my uterus, and then three doctors attempted to work together to turn the baby. There was a risk that my water might break or the baby’s heart rate could drop – in which case, an emergency C-section would then take place. I went in with my sisters and my husband. I was prepared for it all!"

Luckily, the procedure was successful but it came at a price. "They don’t give you any pain medication," she said, adding: "and let me tell you: This was sooooooo painful. Probably more painful than childbirth. BUT it worked."

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