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  • And The Name of Kimye's Third Child Is...


    Skinny Legend

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    Kim Kardashian and Kanye West only announced their pregnancy via a surrogate back in September, and it was only in November that they confirmed they were having a girl. Now, just two months later, the power couple have confirmed that the child was born happy and healthy and that they've already chosen a name for the new addition to their family!

    As announced on Friday, the power couple have decided to name their third child Chicago. While the reasoning behind the name wasn't immediately confirmed, Chicago is notably the hometown of West who has rapped about the city in multiple songs.

    In typical Kardashian style, the baby was announced on Kim's website and app in a visual post reminiscent of her packaging for KKW Beauty.

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    "Kanye and I are happy to announce the arrival of our healthy, beautiful baby girl," wrote Kim. "We are incredibly grateful to our surrogate who made our dreams come true with the greatest gift one could give and to our wonderful doctors and nurses for their special care. North and Saint are especially thrilled to welcome their baby sister."

    It wasn't long until the news had social media ablaze, and Kim swiftly took to Twitter to fan the flames even more with her nickname for little Chicago.

    Love her or hate her, Kim definitely knows how to make an impact with her announcements, and the birth of her baby girl is no different. We can't wait to see what extravagant ploy they'll come up with to reveal Chi's face.

    Congratulations, Kimye!



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