Belfast Telegraph

Kimye's 'expensive baby plans'

Kanye West is thought to have offered Kim Kardashian money for more children.

The couple welcomed their first child, daughter North, last June and are engaged to be married.

In addition to planning the ceremony in France, both parties are said to currently be discussing the rules of their prenuptial agreement. This legal contract created by two people before they marry addresses issues such as property and how valuables would be shared if they were to divorce.

"Kim and Kanye have ferocious lawyers and are both insisting on all kinds of clauses before they tie the knot. They're expected to keep their respective fortunes but share equally what they'll earn during their married life together. However; it's the other details that are causing issues," a source told British magazine Now.

"Kanye's insisting there's a provision in the prenup that Kim must try and get pregnant with at least one more child. As an incentive, he'll give her $5 million for one more child and $10 million for two."

It isn't just Kanye who is believed to have ideas for when they tie the knot. Having made a name for herself on reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians, in which she stars in alongside her family, Kim is allegedly keen for the couple to have their own program. She has also requested her fiancé spend more time with her and North instead of jetting away for work.

"In return for the baby clause in the prenup, Kim wants Kanye to consider a reality series with her and to limit his time away from home," the source added.

The 33-year-old beauty previously admitted she would love more children in the future. She explained how she loves motherhood, but found the pregnancy extremely hard.

"[I] always wanted about six. After having her I would have a million," she told talk show host Ellen DeGeneres.

"The pregnancy, I wouldn't really wish that upon anyone. Anyone. It's all worth it in the end, so I would definitely suffer through that, but pregnancy was not a good experience for me. At all."

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