Kim Kardashian Has Asked for a *Very* Lavish Push Present from Kanye

Too much?

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Kim Kardashian is no stranger to extravagant gifts from Kanye West (opens in new tab), even well before they were married. In addition to birthdays, anniversaries and Mother's Day, Mrs. Kardashian West counts giving birth as an occasion worthy of a lavish gift. (Why not?) We're not talking baby-related items here—for her first pregnancy, the reality star reportedly received $65,000 worth of Cartier bracelets. This year, she's set her sights even higher.

The mom-to-be posted a blog entry (opens in new tab) on her website revealing she has her eyes on a Lorraine Schwartz diamond choker, like the ones she wore to the LACMA Art + Film Gala (opens in new tab) this year and last.

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"I like the idea of a push present," she writes. "After nine months of pregnancy it's a sweet and well-deserved thank you. We women go through an entire pregnancy carrying a baby...of course it only makes sense that we get something amazing to show how amazing we are!… This pregnancy, I would love a Lorraine Schwartz diamond choker, like the ones I've worn before to the Art + Film Gala. Too much? LOL!"

Kanye's track record suggests nothing is too much for his wife. And considering the complications Kim Kardashian has endured (opens in new tab) with her pregnancies, perhaps an exorbitant gift will make her feel much better about the whole experience.


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Sarah Lindig
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