As fans geared up to watch the highly-anticipated Super Bowl XLVII on Feb. 3. which was held at the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Kim Kardashian flaunted her baby bump in casual workout gear in California. Kardashian, 31, was seen in Beverly Hills wearing fitted workout gear and sneakers, bare-faced without makeup and her hair pulled back.
Kim tweeted a joke about the Super Bowl on Sunday.
"I heard there was this little football game at the Beyonce concert today...Is that true?" she tweeted jokingly.
Later, after Beyonce performed the halftime show, the "Kourtney & Kim Take Miami" star praised the Houston singer to her followers on the social media site.
"OMG Beyonce killed it!!! And when Destiny's Child came out...that made my life! #Bootylicious
Kardashian's boyfriend, rapper Kanye West, was reportedly in New Orleans to support his best friend/frequent collaborator, rapper Jay-Z. Jay-Z's wife, Beyonce, headlined the Super Bowl halftime show.
Kardashian first posted her own baby bump picture on Thursday, Jan. 31, to Instagram.
"Well hello there! #PoppedOuttaNowhere!!!" she captioned the photo which also featured her sister Khloe, 28.
Kardashian announced her pregnancy with West back in late December, and has been seen going to the gym when she is not traveling. A source revealed she is working hard on the inevitable weight gain while her mother revealed that Kim has a major sweet tooth.
"She's having one [craving] for giant cookies from BJs," Kim's mother, Kris Jenner told E! News last week. "Last night she craved French fries, Chinese chicken salad and artichokes."
Tracy Anderson, Kim's personal trainer and celebrity fitness said, sweet tooth aside, the reality star will get her shape back to normal in no time.
Anderson, who also works with Gwyneth Paltrow and Nicole Richie, told HollywoodLife.com: 'I know she will. She's so young, and she's got me helping her, so she's going to look better after pregnancy than she's ever looked. I guarantee it.
'It's so important that once the doctor releases you to start working out again.'