Kim K. shower invite PHOTO: ballerina suggests baby girl with Kanye West?
Kim Kardashian has sent out very fancy invitations for her upcoming baby shower.
The baby shower is scheduled for June 2, hosted by Kris Jenner, Shelli Azoff, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian.
Guests received the invitation in the form of a box, which they open up to reveal a spinning ballerina dancing to Kanye West's "Hey Mama" song.
Click here to see a photo of the invitation.
Kardashian and West are expecting their first child together in July.
The ballerina in the music box may suggest that the pair is having a baby daughter – as previously rumored.
The 32-year-old reality star is currently in Paris, France, with her mother. She has made frequent trips to the city of lights throughout her pregnancy, where West is working on his new album.
She wrote in her blog; "My final trip before I can't fly anymore! My mom and I flew to Paris to soak in the amazingness Paris has to offer before I can't travel any more! We were doing some baby shopping and checking on our place here before heading to LA for a while."
Kardashian has kept her Twitter followers up to date on her pregnancy, with her recent tweet on Tuesday being a photo of her lips with the message: "My pregnancy lips are outta control #IGuessNotABadProblemToHave."
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