Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 21 October 2014

The Saturdays support Kim Kardashian’s baby name

The Saturdays

The Saturdays thinks Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s baby could be named anything and still be considered cool.

The girl band has a reality show on the same E! network as the new mother.

The five-piece insist the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star and her rapper boyfriend Kanye West are so famous, they can make any name cool.

"If you are Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's child you could be called anything. Let’s be honest," Mollie King told MTV News.

The Chasing the Saturdays stars are looking forward to member Frankie Sandford, 24, giving birth to her own child with soccer player Wayne Bridge.

However, Frankie is finding it difficult to come up with a satisfactory moniker for her tot at five months along in her pregnancy.

"I'm really struggling actually! I can’t think of any,” she revealed. “I’ve kinda given up for now. I’m hoping when it comes out ‘you really look like a'…".

Rochelle Wiseman welcomed daughter Alai-Mai with her JLS singer husband Marvin Humes last month.

The pop star suggested that they manage a band of kids also consisting of Una Healey’s girl Aoife Belle, born March 2012, if Frankie’s child is female.

"Well, if she [is] we'll make a band," laughed Rochelle.

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