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Kim K ‘expecting twins’

Published 02/06/2015

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian is reportedly waiting to “get an OK” from her doctor before revealing that she’s carrying twins.

The 34-year-old reality star revealed the happy news that she was expecting her second child with husband Kanye West on Monday. But according to a source, the couple are still keeping a secret regarding the pregnancy.

“Kim has told a handful of people that she had in vitro and that two eggs were fertilized. She is waiting to see if they both 'stick' before she makes any kind of announcement," the insider told the New York Daily News’ Confidential. "She has to wait and see if they are both OK. And she is waiting to get an OK from her doctor that both the fertilized eggs are healthy."

Kim’s struggles to conceive a sibling for 23-month-old daughter North have been well documented on her reality show, Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

While Kim or a representative is yet to confirm speculation of twins, the brunette beauty did speak out on Tuesday to blast rumours that she is using a surrogate.

“Can’t wait til my website is active! I’m gonna do live video streaming so every time someone talks sh*t I can go blast the f**k outta them,” she wrote. “Pregnant KiKi does not play!!!! *BLOOP!*(sic)”

When a follower asked why she gave such speculators the time of day, Kim was quick to explain her reasons for speaking out.

“I just mean rumors or lies. People make up so much even people close who u think are legit. Truth time,” she continued. “Please! This is the type of stuff I will address. If I got a surrogate I would say I did! Thankfully I didn't have 2(sic)”.

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