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Kim Kardashian in a screen grab from the latest sneak peek for "KUWTK."

Kim Kardashian considering surrogacy for her third pregnancy

10 November 2016 Entertainment News


Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Kim Kardashian has two children, North and Saint West, and the reality star shared that she wants to have another baby but is no longer sure if her body could still handle being pregnant for the third time.

She shared with her sister, Kourtney Kardashian , that she is considering having a surrogate mother to carry her third child. Kim and Kourtney were driving around and they talked about pregnancy. The video is a sneak peek for the Sunday episode of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians.” Kourtney asked her sister if she is leaning towards having her own baby or having a surrogate to carry her baby.

Kim said that she obviously wants to have her own baby but she is not sure about the complications and the effects of pregnancy on her body. During her first and second pregnancy, Kim gained a lot of weight and there were serious threats to her life when she was carrying Saint.

Kim suffered from preeclampsia, a condition that is dangerous because a woman’s blood pressure skyrockets during pregnancy.

Kourtney suggested that her sister should talk to somebody who is an expert regarding surrogacy , to which Kim agreed. Kim said that she has a lot of fears regarding surrogacy and a lot of unanswered questions. Kim added that she has no information about the matter and it concerns her now.

Kourtney tried to make light of the dilemma at hand as she explained that her sister could have a baby and no one would know about it. Kim joked, “Like who’s in that little stroller?” Kourtney said that it is not the main reason but it is a benefit of having a surrogate mother.

“Keeping Up with the Kardashians” airs Sundays at 9 P.M. on E!

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