Kim Kardashian allegedly wants her daughter, North West, to be present in the delivery room when she gives birth to her second child with husband Kanye West.
Hollywood Life have alleged that the 34-year-old Keeping Up with the Kardashians star is already planning out exactly how she wants the birth of her second baby to proceed. Alongside her 38-year-old hip-hop star husband, Kim is already making arrangements for her birthing plan, and this will now include 2-year-old North West.
A source for the publication declared, "Kim wants this experience to be a family affair and she wants Kanye and Nori in the delivery room, watching her as she give birth to her son."
The insider continued, "Nori may be too young to comprehend what's going on, but Kim wants to tell her that she was there, front and center, when her brother was born."
North West won't just be an innocent spectator; once the child has been born, Kim Kardashian wants Kanye West, North West, and herself to then join together and hold hands, which she believes will signify and solidify their family bond.
"Once he's born, Kim wants herself, North and Kanye to all lock hands with the baby's, solidifying their strength, commitment, and love of family," the source explained. "It's going to be such a tremendous bonding experience for everyone, and family is the most important thing to Kim."
However, despite Hollywood Life's assertion, Gossip Cop quickly debunked this story, insisting that it was 100 percent false. Which, when you consider just how frantic and intense a delivery room can be, is probably the right assumption.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's second child is due to be born in December. Kim confirmed that she was expecting a sibling for North West back in May, and just a few short weeks later, she revealed that it would be a boy.
However, while there have previously been rumors that Kim and Kanye are considering naming the latest addition to their brood "Easton," Kim previously declared that she wouldn't want to use another direction because the name would be derogatory in comparison to North.
During her past appearance on NPR, via the Inquisitr, Kim declared, "I don't like South West, though, because that's like, you know, North will always, you know, be better and be more... she has a better direction. Why just add another direction? North is the best. I don't want to try to duplicate that with a lower direction, you know?"
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