Kim Kardashian 'Feels Isolated' After Giving Birth, Reality Star Won't Leave House?

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REUTERS/Lucas JacksonKanye West and Kim Kardashian arrive at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit celebrating the opening of "PUNK: Chaos to Couture" in New York, May 6, 2013.

Kim Kardashian has kept a very low profile since giving birth to her first child on June 15 and new reports claim her isolation is driving her "crazy."

The reality TV star is said to be adjusting well to motherhood however it has reportedly changed her priorities. While she is notorious for being photographed by the paparazzi, Kardashian, 32, is said to be avoiding photographers by staying home in order to protect her newborn daughter's well being.

"Kim really loves being a mom and she can't get enough of baby North, but being in the house all the time is making her stir-crazy," a source told

"She says she feels isolated and wants to get out of the house but she can't because she doesn't want her picture taken by the paparazzi," the source explained.

Fans are eagerly awaiting first photographs of Kardashian and rapper Kanye West's daughter, North West, which is said to be one of the main reasons that the reality TV star refuses to leave the house.

"Kim knows that her baby pictures could bring in a lot of money, millions even, and so she has to guard her very carefully," the source said about baby North. "So she's staying at home but she is saying it is getting overwhelming not to be allowed to leave the house."

On Monday it was claimed that Kardashian is in talks with a leading magazine to sell photo rights to first baby photos of North, for a lucrative sum. West, who was initially against the idea of selling photos or information about his baby to the press, is now said to be more open.

"Money is the great equalizer when it comes to the Kardashians. [He and Kim] are thinking of doing the photo shoot for charity, because people would see the baby and it would go to a good cause, making them look good," a source told