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We'd say you could kiss her hand, too, but this new life-size work of, um, art, has no arms. Giant preggo belly and gargantuan breasts, yes. Arms, no.
Called "L.A. Fertility," the statue is part of a new art exhibit in the City of Angels from "celebrity artist" Daniel Edwards, according to ABC News. (Fun fact: he also created a nude sculpture of Britney Spears giving birth on a bear skin rug.)
In a statement, Edwards' publicist, Cory Allen, says the sculpture is "designed to entice visitors to give a respectful rub for good luck and success."
Once you give the mama-to-be a little caress, mosey over to the bronze "Baby Kimye" piece, where, according to the statement, the baby of Kardashian and Kanye West is "depicted as a chubby-cheek-cherub with a swirl design pattern shaved in the hair."
You'll also want to eye the "Royal Baby" bronze sculpture, where the in utero child of Prince William and Duchess Kate is found "slumbering peacefully in the crown Queen Elizabeth wore as a princess," and "Womb Mates," which consists of "prenatal portraits of the angel-winged celebrity fetuses," the statement adds.
Before anyone gets upset, your should know this is all meant as a compliment. "I was inspired by the beauty of Kim Kardashian and felt quite put-off by the media's criticism of her weight gain during pregnancy," Edwards says in the statement. "Such criticism should be off limits."
Who knows? Maybe a little rub of that belly will make it so.