Brittny Gastineau - Shots of a variety of Hollywood stars as they attended the 12th Annual Lupus LA Bag Ladies Lunch which was held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 22nd November 2014
Kim Kardashian, Brittny Gastineau and Lisa Gastineau - Kim Kardashian seen leaving Mashu salon with her friends Brittny Gastineau and Lisa Gastineau - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 14th November 2013
Reality star Kim Kardashian is seen in Beverly Hills with her friends Brittny Gastineau and Simon Huck. She is seen stopping in the street so a fan can take a picture and there seems to be much bustling among the paparazzi who she ignores.
Kanye West announced that he and Kim Kardashian are expecting their first child during a concert in Atlantic City on Sunday (December 30, 2012), with his reality TV girlfriend 'officially' confirming the news in a blog post the following day. The rapper told a 5,000 strong crowd that he and Kim were to become a proper family while she sat beaming in the audience.
After posting a lengthy blog post, Kim took to a New Year's Eve party at 1 Oak Nightclub at The Mirage Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, looking typically radiant. The reality television queen was actually hosting the end-of-year bash, and was joined by father of her child Kanye West, mother Kris Jenner, Brittny Gastineau and Lance Bass. As is tradition, the famous couple locked lips at midnight and looked a picture of happiness after announcing their baby news.
Continue reading: Photo: Pregnant Kim Kardashian Cradles Her Stomach
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