Khloe Kardashian, Pregnant

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Khloe Kardashian is inviting fans to experience her pregnancy journey, but asks for empathy as her physical changes become more and more apparent along the way.

In a message posted to the E! reality star's Instagram account, KoKo defends her appearance while filming the upcoming season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, which premieres tonight. The new mama addresses the "pregnancy lips" she grew while carrying True Thompson, and admits that she too "hated" not having control over her appearance. 

"I was pregnant during the entire season of KUWTK," Khloe wrote. "Some women get ‘pregnancy lips.' I was one of them. So my lips look crazy and massive. Trust me I know and I HATED it!"

Khloe Kardashian

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Khloe added that the "wild s--t" that happened to her physical features was out of her control, continuing, "Most people don't have to film during an entire pregnancy so just watch the show and be kind about my growing body and lips. Pregnant women should be off limits."

The 34-year-old welcomed her first child with boyfriend True Thompson in April. Much like her road to motherhood, Khloe has continued documenting the ups and downs of raising a little one on social media. 

E! News' Justin Sylvester recently asked Khloe about the likelihood of giving baby True a brother or sister. Her response? Yes, but on one condition. 

"Let my uterus shrink down again!" Khloe joked when asked if she has baby fever. "I honestly think I would love to have more kids, but I think I just don't know if I'm ready to get pregnant again, it's a lot!"

She continued, "But I definitely want more kids, I just don't know when that is gonna be. I heard that you should wait at least a year."

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