Planning for Twins? Kim Kardashian Addresses Baby Rumors Following Chicago’s Birth
Can you keep up with this growing family?
Bundle of Joy
It’s getting harder and harder keeping up with Kardashians’ ever-growing brood!
Just a week after Kim Kardashian and Kanye West welcomed their third child — a girl named Chicago — via surrogate, word has it the baby crazy parents are itching to expand their family once again. As if they aren’t already busy enough tending to a newborn in their home, rumors are swirling the powerhouse couple are already on the hunt for the next surrogate to carry their baby. What’s more, a set of twins may just be on the horizon!
An insider told Radar Online, “Kim is hyper-focused when it comes to planning her future and, as of right now, they want to have a set of twins in 2018.”
Baby on the Brain
“The sooner the better!” the source noted, explaining, “It’s a new addiction for them and they are convinced that the more kids they have the more they will grow as individuals.”
As previously reported, Kim, 37, and Kanye, 40, agreed to pay their surrogate an extra $5,000 for each additional child on top of the initial $45,000 should the gestational carrier have twins. Though the woman only delivered one baby, the source claimed that hasn’t stopped Kim, 37, and Kanye, 40, from hoping for more.
“They were really hoping for twins this time around but it wasn’t to be with this particular surrogate,” the informant spilled. “But that hasn’t put them off at all and Kim is telling everyone that all she needs is a couple months with Chicago before she gets going on babies number four and five.”
However, Kim since refuted rumors that she’s looking to have more children. Responding to a Daily Mail article about a potential Baby No. 4, the mom-of-three tweeted, “Fake news.”
She added she would never have six children like Kris Jenner, saying, “I want to have more, but I’m not going the route my mom did. She is crazy! When I was giving birth, I looked at her and said, ‘I’m going to buy you a medal, you deserve a medal for this, six times — you’re crazy.’”