Kim Kardashian Just Announced the Name of Her Third Child

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West announced the birth of their new daughter on Friday night. So for him he deserves to be able to name his child Chicago for as much as he does for our city and as much as he loves our city. This sparked the thought of considering the numeral symbol of V. The name could also be a tribute to outgoing Louis Vuitton designer Kim Jones who had her last show in Paris.

Kardashian West shared via her website that their daughter was born on Monday at 12:47 am.

Kim revealed the news on her Twitter account, and then followed up her post with another message that seemed to confirm that Chicago would go by the name Chi.

After the birth of baby Chi, Kim opned up about the process of using a gestational carrier, admitting that it was hard but she was grateful for the experience. According to The Sun, Kardashian and West are on course to have the most blinging baby on the block after Jay Z and Beyonce sent their little girl a stunning $26,000 diamond encrusted bracelet. The baby girl is couple's third child after daughter North and son Saint.

Baby number two was named Saint after Kim had a very hard pregnancy.

Meanwhile, a lawsuit filed by Blac Chyna against Kim Kardashian West and mother Kris Jenner has been "tentatively" dropped, . First of all, that's my family Kanye and Kim.



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