Kim Kardashian West and Kanyes West's fourth child born
JC News|May. 10, 2019
Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West's fourth child has been born.
The couple have been expecting their fourth child, and second via surrogate mother after daughter Chicago was born in January 2018, and on Friday (10.05.19), the 38-year-old reality star revealed they are now the proud parents of a baby boy.
In a simple tweet, the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star wrote: "He's here and he's perfect!"
As of the time of writing, their new arrival's name has not been revealed, although he now joins Chicago, five-year-old North, and three-year-old Saint as the fourth child and sixth member of Kim and Kanye's family.
The tot's birth comes after Kim's sister Kourtney Kardashian revealed on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' on Thursday (09.05.19) that Kim's surrogate had gone into labour.
Appearing on the show alongside her mother Kris Jenner - who was unaware of the impending birth - Kourtney said: "So, my mom doesn't even know this - but Kim's surrogate went into labour. So she's at the hospital."
A delighted Kris screamed: "No! What are we doing sitting here? Come on, Ellen. Fire up the car."
Ellen added: "So, we had to keep it quiet, but yes, that's why she's not here. Because the surrogate went into labour so she's there."
Kourtney said: "Nobody knows, so everyone in the audience, don't tell."
Last month, Kim held a baby shower to celebrate her fourth child, but rather than baby-themed games, the brunette beauty went for a wellness-focused approach featuring meditation and CBD products, which is short for cannabidiol, the chemical extracted from the cannabis plant.
She told her guests: "So, because I'm freaking out and the baby's coming in, like, two weeks, I thought what better way to celebrate than to have a little CBD. And we're gonna do a sound bath because I can't meditate. It'll only be 10 minutes, but I thought it would be just cool for us to do - to zen out on a Saturday."
6 charts that show what employers and employees really think about remote workingTeenage boy's body found in River IrwellRussia and Turkey risk turning Libya into another Syria‘We are tired’ – Don Jazzy, Tiwa Savage, Nigerians react to rape of UNIBEN female student, killings in NigeriaWomen urged not to ignore chest pain during coronavirus pandemic