Pregnant Kourtney Kardashian Dresses up for Windows Phone Launch
|By: John Stevens | Apr 20 2012 | 316 words | 1430 hits|
Kourtney Kardashian, who gained fame as a cast member of Kourtney and Kim Take New York, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, and Kourtney and Khloé Take Miami, dressed up a bright red, long sleeve Pinkyotto “Great Gatsby” dress to the New York City launch of the new Nokia Lumia 900 Windows phones. The 32-year-old socialite nearly tumbled on her high heels.
The reality television personality was photographed holding a bright blue Nokia Lumia 900. “We always have out little list that I keep in my phone…I cross it off one day and a new one comes, “ she told People magazine. “We definitely don’t have the name. We’re going back and forth”.
Kardashain and her boyfriend Scott Disick are parents to 2-year-old son, Mason born December 14, 2009. She is going to have another baby in July with her co-star on the E! reality show “Kourtney and Kim Take New York”. The name for their baby has not been chosen.
Kourtney Kardashian wore red Pinkyotto “Great Gatsby” dress to the launch of Windows phone Nokia Lumia 900.
Kardashian posed for pictures, holding a bright blue Nokia Lumia 900 at the event.
The socialite weaved her Lumia 900 into the interview she dropped by Fox and Friends as saying it is very easy to use phone built with a built in Twitter.
The new phone helps people save them hours in their busy day. People can quickly and easily complete their everyday tasks.
Windows Phone set up Free-Time Machines across the country.
The reality star was the center of attention in her eye-catching red dress in the Bryant Park.
In the light of Windows phone launch, let’s look back on her bump couture in other events.
At the 2009 Emmy Awards
At Kim Kardashian's birthday party
At Brother-in-law Lama Ordom
At the famous cupcakes grand opening in Los Angeles
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