Celebrity Gossip, January 20: Kim Kardashian sharing her pregnancy struggle

KIM KARDASHIAN has revealed she thinks it’s important to share her pregnancy struggle on Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
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The 34-year-old reality star gave birth to daughter North in June 2013, but she and husband KANYE WEST are now struggling to conceive their second child - which is documented in the upcoming 10th season of the show.

Kim said: “I just try to be as open as possible, and it has been more challenging to get pregnant the second time than the first.

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“It’s just how God works, when you aren’t planning it, it happens, and then when you want it so bad, it’s not happening, so I think that’s relatable to a lot of people. And that’s the business that we’re all about, is just opening up and being relatable.”

JENNIFER ANISTON has revealed she is intent on making her mark as a director.

The former Friends star, who failed to get her first Oscar nomination for her performance in Cake, admitted she is hoping to head behind the cameras for a feature-length film.

“We’re going to make it happen, but I have a lot of time. We’re just beginning,” she told E! News.

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Jennifer’s directing experience includes 2006’s short film Room 10, as well as a segment in Five, a TV movie about breast cancer.

The 45-year-old actress said she was set to direct her first film about two years ago, with PATRICIA CLARKSON in the starring role.

“It fell through,” she admitted. “A job that I committed to that we didn’t think was going to happen ended up happening and so it was heartbreaking.”

MARTIN FREEMAN has revealed that keeping up his East Coast accent was a tough challenge when filming The Eichmann Show.

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The star of The Hobbit and Sherlock plays American producer Milton Fruchman in BBC Two’s 90-minute drama about the televising of the trial of Adolf Eichmann - one of the key architects of the Holocaust.

The British star said: “There were a couple of scenes where the characters had to watch archive footage of the camps, which was very unpleasant. There was quite a lot of it and some films that I hadn’t seen before - and I’d seen a lot of that footage before.

“Otherwise the difficulty for me really is the technical thing of keeping in an East Coast accent the whole time.”