We Have Exciting Baby News About Kim Kardashian And Kanye West

In July it was reported that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were looking to hire a surrogate to help them have a third child.

The magazine said on June 21 that it had confirmed a report first appearing earlier that day at TMZ.com, saying Kardashian, 36, and West, 40, had already begun the surrogacy process. This timeline aligns nicely with TMZ's story, which states the baby is due in January.

The 36-year-old reality star has been open about suffering from placenta accreta during her first two pregnancies, with 4-year-old daughter North and almost 2-year-old son Saint.

In several interviews, Kim Kardashian spoke of the trauma of her second childbirth and her desire to have recourse to a surrogate mother.

North and Saint are about to get getting another sibling. Way more involved than you're thinking.


Kim has been open about wanting a third child, but had notoriously hard pregnancies with both her 4-year-old daughter, North, and her 1-year-old son, Saint.

An insider claimed the surrogate they've hired is in her twenties, and she was approached by Kim and Kanye through an agency.

In 2015, Kim told Time: "I guess people would call me a feminist". During her pregnancy with Saint, Kim suffered from placenta accreta, which is a condition in which the placenta grows into the wall of the womb and prevents it from easily detaching at the time of birth.

Both the rapper and especially Kim have been very particular about what the surrogate eats for the sake of the yet unborn baby and are taking care of her to the best of their abilities. Sources say that the condition could become deadly if she attempted to carry another baby to term. "I just don't need labels to make me feel or know what I am inside".


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