Kim Kardashian's surrogate three months pregnant

Emilio Banks
July 27, 2017

According to Us Weekly, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's surrogate is three months pregnant.

The pair chose to expand their family using a surrogate after Kardashian was diagnosed with placenta accreta, a potentially life-threatening condition in which parts of the placenta grow too deeply in the uterine wall.

But like, imagine being Kim and Kanye's surrogate. In addition to paying the surrogate, Kim and Kanye delivered a $68,850 deposit to the agency. She is not allowed to consume more than one caffeinated beverage a day and can not eat raw fish. After the revelations of TMZ a month ago, it was Us Weekly who confirmed exclusively to the new: North (4 years) and St (19 months) is going to have a little brother or a little sister.

The couple, who is already parents to North, 4, and Saint, 19 months, is believed to have paid a surrogate agency United States dollars 68,850 to help find the surrogate. The report indicates that the surrogate is three months pregnant and that the West's will become a family of five in early 2018. Kim has increasingly expressed that she wants to have a bigger family, but due to previous complications with her pregnancies, it would be too risky to carry another child.

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are expecting their third child, via surrogate, according to Us Magazine. Between Kim Kardashian's attack in Paris, Kanye West's psychiatric hospital entrance, Kendall's stalker or the complicated separation of Rob and Blac Chyna, it's hard to tell where to head.

Meanwhile, Kardashian has put an end to her feud with Caitlyn Jenner to join her estranged family member in condemning President Donald Trump's decision to ban transgender people from serving in the military.

The surrogate's contract with the couple also ensures aspects of the birth mother's health and wellness habits. "I feel like surrogacy is really the only other option for me".

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