Kim Kardashian Confirms She's Expecting Third Child via Surrogate
Kim Kardashian West has finally confirmed that her surrogate is pregnant.
This article originally appeared on People.com.
Kim Kardashian West is ready to share her happy news.
“What happens every time I say, ‘Guess what?’ ” Kardashian West asks.
“Pregnant, or the person’s pregnant,” Khloé responds.
“We’re having a baby!” Kardashian West exclaims.
Multiple sources confirmed to PEOPLE on Friday that Jenner is expecting a baby girl with her boyfriend Travis Scott. She is due in February.
Days after Kylie’s news broke, sources confirmed to PEOPLE that Khloe is also expecting a baby, her first child with her boyfriend, NBA star Tristan Thompson.
PEOPLE previously reported that the reality star mom and husband Kanye West had hired a surrogate in June and earlier this month it was revealed that the surrogate was pregnant. (They are already parents to son Saint, who is 21 months old, and daughter North, who turned 4 in June.)
“The entire family is over the moon. Kim had been looking for a surrogate for months until recently when she found the perfect candidate,” a source said at the time.
“Given her health scares in the past, Kim felt the need to hire a surrogacy agency that helped serve as the liaison in finding a healthy woman who would be a great surrogate option for her and Kanye,” the source added. “Both of them have been super involved in the process.”
In April, Kardashian West revealed that doctors had advised her that she wouldn’t be able to carry any more children after two difficult pregnancies. (She suffered from placenta accreta during both of her earlier pregnancies.)
“It is an unexpected but completely amazing turn of events that she could not be more excited or thrilled about,” a source previously said.
“Everyone is overjoyed for her,” the source added. “This is the happiest she’s ever been.”
On Friday while attending Milan Fashion Week (where Kendall Jenner was walking in the Versace fashion show), Kris played coy about the pregnancy reports, simply saying that “something happens every single day.”