Kim Kardashian & Kanye West May Be Expecting #3 -- & #4!

Kim Kardashian, Kanye West
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It feels like we just barely heard about Kimye's plan for surrogacy, but the latest rumors are that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are already expecting twins. Yup, apparently they were inspired by Beyonce and Jay Z, who just had their own set of twins.


According to The Hollywood Gossip, a source close to the Wests revealed that the couple is expecting two new siblings for North, 4, and Saint, 1. The longtime friend of the family shared, "Kim and Kanye are excited and happy as they are expecting twins with the help of a surrogate. Kim has always wanted twins, and due to health issues has needed the help of a surrogate to make her dreams a reality. It is very early on in the pregnancy so it will be a while before they make anything public."

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TMZ reported last week that Kim and Kanye had hired a surrogate to carry their third child due to Kim's placenta accreta, which may be life-threatening if she were to carry a third on her own. The oven for the Kimye bun will reportedly be paid $4,500 in 10 monthly installments. An extra $5,000 will also be paid due to the twin factor. 

During the process to impregnate the surrogate with Kim and Kanye's progeny, they could've chosen to implant one or more embryos. It looks like they chose two, and if you take the gossip as gospel, it's because they specifically wanted twins.

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Yet another insider told THG, "Kim and Kanye want two more kids and were inspired by Jay Z and Beyonce. Kim is very familiar with a big family and wants to make her immediate family bigger, and now is the time.

As excited as we would be to celebrate not just one, but two more babies with the Wests, we're going to take this news with a grain of salt until we hear from the couple themselves. We're sure they'll let us know if they're expecting when they're ready.

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