Kim Kardashian talks pregnancy on 'GMA': No morning sickness for me (Video)
Kim Kardashian says she has not experienced any morning sickness during her pregnancy and is also defending her choice to wear high heels, although she recently made the switch to -- gasp -- flats.
The 32-year-old reality star revealed in December that she and boyfriend and rapper Kanye West are expecting their first child.
"I feel really good," she said on "Good Morning America." "I feel I have like, so much energy, I'm not tired, I haven't had morning sickness, so I feel really lucky about that."
According to the National Library of Medicine, most pregnant women experience naseau or vomtting, the symptoms of morning sickness, which can occur at any time of the day. Expectant mothers usually experience the symptoms between the first month of their pregnancies until the third or fourth month, while others suffer through them throughout the entire time until they give birth.
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Kardashian revealed on NBC's "Today" show earlier this year that she is due to give birth in July -- the same month Kate, Duchess of Cambridge of the United Kingdom is due to give birth to her and husband Prince William's first child. Kate was hospitalized with morning sickness in December.
Kardashian's growing baby bump has been well-documented by the paparazzi, who follow her daily. She recently made a fashion change that many of her fans may consider drastic -- for her -- following years of being photographed with high heels, Kardashian said on Twitter on March 25: "I never thought I would ever say this... But I'm wearing flats today."
She appeared on ABC's "Good Morning America" on Tuesday, March 26, to talk about her fashion switch.
"You know what? [Flats] actually hurt my back," Kardashian said on the show. "Like, I was just saying out there, someone was like, 'How are you wearing such high heels?' I love high heels. I think whatever you feel good in ... [my sister] Kourtney warned me that when you become a mom or become pregnant, there will be this whole new group of critics that will criticize you for everything you do."
"I mean, if I wear one color of clothes, I'm in this kind of mood, they think, or if I wear heels, it's, you know, harmful," she added. "My theory is 'Happy mommy, happy baby,' so whatever makes me feel good, I want to wear and I love wearing heels. So I'm trying the flats, so we'll see."
Kate wore high heeled pumps as recently as March 20, when she attended Queen Elizabeth II's unveiling of a plaque at a subway station during a visit to mark the London Underground's 150th anniversay.
Kardashian is currently on a press tour to promote her latest project, a part in the new movie "Tyler Perry's Temptation," which is set for release on March 29. She recently appeared on "Access Hollywood," where she revealed how much weight she has gained during her pregnancy.
Kim Kardashian's "mean girl" role
In "Tyler Perry's Temptation," Kardashian, who is in real life going through her second divorce, plays a marriage counselor named Eva. It is the reality star's most prominent film role. She stars alongside main actress Jurnee Smollett-Bell, who plays a married woman who begins a hot and steamy extramarital affair
"It was really fun. It was really different than shooting the reality show that I do," Kardashian said on "Good Morning America." "Working with Tyler was just amazing. He makes you feel really confident and the role that we chose for me. You know, I'm not that harsh as my character Ava, but I definitely love to help out and give advice."
"That was fun to kind of play a mean girl a little bit," she added. "I'm not the snarky one [among my sisters] but then I kind of was able to bring that home. It didn't last too long. My sisters kind of put me in check."
Kardashian also talked about the temptations people face in real life -- and in love.
"I think no matter what relationship you're in, there is just temptation, just around, being in the business," she said. "But as long as you really just have a strong relationship and you make that a priority, you don't really have to feed into the temptation."
Watch a VIDEO of Kim Kardashian's interview on ABC's "Good Morning America" below.