Kim Kardashian & Kanye West Hire Surrogate For Third Baby

Calvin Saunders
June 23, 2017

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are reportedly planning to hire a surrogate to carry the couple's third baby to join their five-member family and the Kardashian clan.

"The surrogate will have 24-hour surveillance and a super-tight security squad", the insider revealed.

"Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star Kim Kardashian West chose to piggyback off her sister, makeup maven Kylie Jenner, and launch a beauty line of her own.

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The surrogacy reports come after a hard year for the couple.

Neither Kim nor Kanye commented on the speculations over the prospects of hiring a surrogate for their potential third baby.

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However, before the launch, some social media commenters felt that the reality icon's skin looked particularly dark or that she was in "blackface" in the promotional imagery that Kardashian West had posted on Instagram. I don't think she really wants makeup. They're also required to deposit $68,850 with the agency. It is forbidden to drink alcohol and smoke, still drink too much coffee (no more than cups per day), hair dye, eat raw fish and take a hot bath and much more.

In one of the recent episodes of her show, Kardashian expressed her desire to have a third child through surrogacy. This also includes refraining from sex for three weeks following embryo implantation.

Kim and Kanye "assume the legal and parental responsibilities for any child... that may possess any congenital or other abnormalities or defects", suggest agreement. "So now I want to explore surrogacy".

Kim and Kanye had an incredibly tough year last year, after her Paris robbery in October, and the rapper's mental breakdown in December.

If the surrogate loses reproductive organs during the process, she will be paid $4k, it is reported.

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