Kim Kardashian is dreading the day her 13-month-old daughter joins social media because she fears she'll be cyber-bullied.
Kim Kardashian is worried her daughter will become a victim of cyber-bullying.
The 33-year-old reality TV star is dreading the day 13-month-old North sets up a social media account because she fears she'll receive lots of online abuse.
She told MTV: ''I would really hate for the day my daughter has to get on social media because the comments, it's like cyber bullying. Sometimes they can be so negative. They can be really uplifting too, that's why sometimes I need motivation to work out or ask for a different hair colour, they can be super positive, but it does suck when they are negative.''
Meanwhile, the 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' beauty and her husband Kanye West, 37, whom she married in Florence, Italy, in May, are keen to give North a little brother or sister in the near future.
A source said previously: ''Kim wants North to have a sibling who isn't too far apart in age.''
However, the brunette beauty, who lost 50lbs for her wedding three months ago, is sticking to a strict fitness routine and diet in order to lose another 20lbs because she thinks her hips and butt have widen since falling pregnant with North last June.
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