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Kanye West Makes Guests Wear Fake Baby Bumps For Kim Kardashian’s Birthday Party

He rented out a cinema for the event and screened the new Steve Jobs film

Kanye West threw a surprise party for wife Kim Kardashian this week, renting out an entire movie theatre and making guests wear “fake baby bumps” to honour his pregnant other half.

As People reports, the event was held at the Cinepolis Luxury Cinemas in Westlake Village, California on Wednesday (October 21).

Posting a picture of her cake to Instagram (which read: “Happy Pregnant Birthday Kim”), Kardashian wrote: “My husband never ceases the amaze me! He rented out the entire movie theater to screen the new Steve Jobs (It’s sooooo good BTW) and had all of my family & close friends come dressed up as their best pregnant Kim look (fake baby bumps provided on arrival!) Not sure if that was to make me feel less huge or just a fun cool theme but I loved it & had the best time ever, feeling so very comfortable eating churros with a bunch of pregnant women! Just what I needed, the perfect chill yummy food birthday!!!!”

See the photo beneath.

West and Kardashian are expecting their second child. Their first child, North, was born in June 2013.

Meanwhile, West recently donated to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, after Clinton said she would not rule out appointing West as her Vice President.

Clinton said: “I might want to give him some additional experience so he’s got, on all the other things he’s done on his resume, he’s got some kind of envoy role or something he could point to… I would not rule out anybody for Vice President”.

This article originally appeared on NME.com

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