The trailer for the latest instalment of Keeping Up With The Kardashians has sent fans into a frenzy as it sees Kim Kardashian officially confirm she and Kanye West are expecting their third baby.
Out of the three sisters who are rumoured to be with child, Kim is the only one to confirm her pregnancy, and is seen in the clip breaking the happy news in a phonecall with her sister Khloe.
In case you missed it, (and if you did, can we visit your bunker?) this week rumours erupted that Kim’s sisters, Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian, are pregnant.
However, after weeks of speculation that Kim’s family is set to expand yet again with the help of a surrogate mother, after she was warned against getting pregnant again due to complications from her previous two deliveries, the 36-year-old reality star confirmed her happy news.
Kim – who already has four-year-old daughter North and 21-month-old son Saint with her husband – makes the confession whilst on the phone to her sister Khloe, during the superteaser for Season 14 of KUWTK, premiering on Sunday.
Speaking on FaceTime, she said: “What happens every time I say, ‘Guess what?’”
Khloe – who is also rumoured to be expecting her first child with boyfriend Trista Thomspon – responds: “The person’s pregnant?”
And Kim excitedly exclaims: “We’re having a baby!”
The confirmation comes just weeks after Kim previously insisted she and Kanye had “never confirmed anything” about the growing speculation that their surrogate was indeed pregnant.
She said recently: “I’ve definitely seen a lot of things, we’ve never confirmed anything. So, I think when we’re ready to talk about it we will, and I think it’s super invasive when people are just … So many details out there, and like I’ve never heard this, I’ve never heard this. Like whatever. We have not confirmed it, and that’s that. I’ll let you know when we’re ready.”
Previously, it was reported that Kim and Kanye, 40, will become the proud parents of a baby girl when their surrogate gives birth in January.
The unnamed woman was reportedly hired to carry their baby for $45,000, which would be paid in 10 equal instalments. It was also agreed the woman would receive an extra $5,000 per child in the event of a multiple pregnancy and an additional $4,000 if she lost reproductive organs in the process.