Kim Kardashian has only been a mom to baby North West for ten days but is reportedly already thinking about how she is going to lose the baby weight. There have been several reports that she was going to sign with Weight Watchers, which a number of celebrity women endorse, but according to Entertainment Wise the rumors are not true. The website reports that the reality star's rep told Gossip Cop that she will not be signing anything with Weight Watchers.

Hollywood Life also said the rumors are false. Delaina Dixon, editor-in-chief of said that Kardashian was "just not that interested. She doesn't want to feel pressured to lose the weight."

Recently there have been reports that the 32-year-old new mom had left the hospital since giving birth and was beginning to adjust to motherhood but was "obsessed" with shedding all her baby weight and getting into a bikini by the end of the summer. She supposedly enlisted the help of personal trainer Tracy Anderson, who works with Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow. She wants Anderson to help her lose 30 pounds in 30 days. The trainer seems to have signed on for the challenge telling Hollyscoop that before she meets with Kardashian to begin the grueling workouts she wants her to take 4-7 weeks and just relax.

"During that time it is really important that [Kim] don't do anything," Anderson told Hollyscoop. "Women have to let their bodies come back naturally as much as they can come back."

According to The Sun, the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star is so focused to lose weight that she reportedly wouldn't stop talking about it in the hospital.

"She really believes she can lose the first 30 pounds in the first month. She wants to look good in a bikini by the end of the summer," the source told the newspaper. "Everyone has told her not to stress- that it's about being healthy and having a good mind-set for your baby, not about losing the weight right away."