Kim Kardashian reveals her family ‘is not complete yet’ with more kids expected
Kim Kardashian West may be high on the feeling of having a new addition to the family but she has indicated previously that this won't be the end of the family expanding.
The fourth child to Kim and Kanye West was born on Friday via a surrogate but the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star is not planning on stopping just yet.
Kim has spoken previously about having a big family and the reality TV star revealed during an appearance on The Ellen Show that she has her heart set on having several children.
Just seven months after having daughter North West, her first child, Kim indicated that she would like to have more and so far, she has been good to her word.
In January 2014, Kim told talk show host Ellen DeGeneres: "I always wanted about six."
Kim then went on to say that she would be willing to have a whole lot more children: "After having [North], I would have a million."
Since having her son Saint in 2015, it is now too dangerous for Kim to have children after she suffered from placenta accreta, which meant her placenta was too strongly attached to the womb.
Speaking about carrying North, Kim said: "The pregnancy – I wouldn't really wish that upon anyone."
While she was pregnant with North, Kim suffered with pre-eclampsia.
The condition is marked by high blood pressure and it can effect the unborn baby.
It can impair kidney and liver function and cause blood clotting problems, fluid on the lungs, seizures, and in severe forms, even maternal and infant death.
Suffering from the condition meant that Kim had to deliver North at 34 weeks, six weeks earlier than the standard length of pregnancy.
Kim said afterwards: "It's all worth it in the end, so I would definitely suffer through that, but pregnancy was not a good experience for me."
The 38-year-old reality star has used a surrogate for Chicago West and for her new born son.
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