Kim Kardashian makes a living off revealing every part of her life.
That's why no one, even in the generally conservative Middle East, blinks an eye when she flashes some cleavage in a scantily draped magazine shoot for a publication aimed at Arab women.
"I'm excited to share my cover of Hia magazine!" -Kim typed on her blog.
"Hia is the leading luxury magazine for Arab women and I'm honored to be on the cover. This shoot was so different from any I have done before and I'm so pleased with how the cover turned out. I got to wear some incredible high glamour creations by grand couturier Stéphane Rolland!"
There are other exotic looks here, from the more classic all-white cloak and headdress to a radiant avant-garde gold headpiece, but the one really catching the light here is her Princess-Jasmine-on-her-wedding-night outfit.
Adorned with jewels on her head and a luxurious halo-rific headscarf, Kim's definitely giving off that pregnancy glow. Not sure when these images were snapped, but if it falls within the past 16–18 weeks, there's a very likely chance she was already with Kimye.
Speaking of which, even in all this intimate wear, she does say that there's one thing she won't be revealing in the name of privacy (LOL) and that's the name of her baby. If that's the case, this will indeed put a rift in the space-time continuum of the next season of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians." Withholding info and applying a filter certainly defies the laws of physics when it comes to their brand of reality TV. It's basically the most inconsistent we have ever seen Kim since the last time she wore a non-hourglass shaped outfit styled by Kanye West.
I'm pretty sure when E! comes knocking on Kim's vagina, as they always do, the contract of an inevitable 2–34* hour special (*or however long it takes to birth a baby that weighs 8 lbs 14 egos) that's called "A Very Special Kardashian Delivery" will require the child's name be revealed. If not, we can always rely on Kris Jenner to set balance back to the world by making sure Kimye's baby's name is tied into some kind of endorsement deal like gold trimmed Huggies or silver spoons from Fisher-Price.