Kim Kardashian rather recently confirmed that she and husband, Kanye West, are expecting a new addition to their family via a surrogate. The pair decided to forego Kim getting pregnant again after it was revealed that the star suffers from placenta accreta, which can be life-threatening.
While it was rumored that Kim’s younger sister, Kylie Jenner, was carrying Kim’s baby for her, most dismiss this as a conspiracy theory. Instead, it is known that the woman carrying Kim and Kanye’s baby is African-American and has two children of her own. She was referred to the pair via an agency and is apparently a mega fan of the famous family.
It is reported that Kim’s newest addition will arrive in time for Christmas, while her sisters, Khloe and Kylie, who are rumored to be pregnant by their boyfriends, will deliver in the new year.
Rumors are now swirling that Kim Kardashian and her husband won’t have but one Christmas surprise, but instead, will have double trouble. An anonymous source stated that they saw the surrogate out and about and think she may be carrying twins for the famous pair.
Kim Kardashian recently tweeted that she was looking for a double stroller and wanted the best suggestions on the market from her fans. This, of course, added fuel to the fire that Kim is expecting multiples.
According to insiders close to the Kardashian clan, Kim Kardashian and her husband pay the surrogate $45,000 in 10 monthly installments for carrying their child. If there is more than one child, the price may increase.
The reality TV’s sisters are also reportedly expecting their first children with their respective significant others. Thus far, however, no one has confirmed or denied that they are expecting other than Kim. There is also a rumor that Kourtney Kardashian, the eldest of the sisters, is expecting her fourth child, and first with her current beau.
Kim Kardashian and her family have recently signed a $150 million deal to put Keeping Up the the Kardashians afloat for several more seasons. Despite rumors that the series was tanking, it seems the networks are still keen to pay big bucks to continue it.
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