Fans of the Kardashian/Jenners have been gripped by pregnancy fever with Kim currently expecting her thrid child via surrogate and baby rumours circulating around her sisters Khloe and Kylie non stop, but now we feel as though we have the answer we needed.
During an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, their sister, Kim Kardashian, chose to explain why her siblings have yet to come forward regarding their potential pregnancies. People at Kim's baby shower says she's totally chill with the surrogate process.
She added to Women's Wear Daily: "I don't know if it's something she would really want to do. but it's always a struggle on how much you want to have exposed or how much access you want them to have to social media".
"North is really excited about that. But let's see if it last". But luckily, she has a amusing gameplan to get the point across.
"We don't have a name".
Kim Kardashian just accidentally revealed the gender of B #3, so lessons learned: If you ever have a secret that needs to be kept, it might be best to keep it as far away from Kim K.as possible. "And at the baby shower, I was like, 'I don't want to play any baby games, measuring the belly, none of that will work for this time around", because of the surrogacy. [At the shower], I had everyone write a name down on a tile to see if anything sticks.
Ellen also suggested she and Kim dress up in disguise and go shopping together, so here's hoping that segment happens soon.
If the reports were false, it stands to reason that she might have just said that because who in the world would rather drink that smoothie?
"What I really asked for for my birthday - this sounds so insane and is probably really bratty and unrelatable so I'm sorry - but I said can someone just rent out Ralph's for me for one hour?" "That's kind of my vibe".
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