Kanye West is reportedly hoping to expand his brood with Kim Kardashian, despite her "horrific" pregnancy with North.
Kanye West apparently wants to try for another baby with Kim Kardashian.
The rapper and his reality TV star girlfriend welcomed baby North, nicknamed Nori, into the world last month.
Kim struggled to cope with her weight gain during pregnancy and reportedly suffered a traumatic birth due to developing life-threatening condition pre-eclampsia.
The star apparently doesn’t want to try for baby number two yet, despite her partner’s wishes.
“At first, Kim thought Kanye was joking, as she’s been through such a stressful time in the past few months and she’s only just started to feel herself again. As soon as she realised he was serious, it sparked a spat,” a source revealed to British magazine Star.
“Kim reminded Kanye she faced a horrific ordeal with Nori. She feels if he was any kind of supportive partner, he would realise how difficult that was for her, and he would wait until she’s regained her confidence.”
It’s previously been claimed Kim has doubts about being a good mom.
She’s also said to be asking sister Kourtney – who has children Penelope and Mason with boyfriend Scott Disick – for help with North.
“She wants time to get to grips with motherhood – she’s still struggling to breastfeed – and to enjoy her first precious months as a mom before she even starts thinking about more children,” the insider continued.
No pictures of North have yet been revealed and Kim has been keeping a low profile.
However, she was spotted in Southern California recently, with the baby swaddled in a blanket, according to RadarOnline.
A source claimed she has lost lots of the baby weight and looks “amazing”.
Kim’s mom Kris Jenner recently revealed how the star couple managed to have their baby without being hounded by paparazzi.
“There was a whole elaborate plan in place for when Kim gave birth. We had security and the right room and the perfect car and the decoy car,” she explained.
Copyright: Cover Media 2013
Tuesday, 16. July 2013