While Kim Kardashian's first pregnancy is being thoroughly documented, boyfriend Kanye West is already planning far into the future. How far? Well, the rapper reportedly wants six kids, so we're looking at least a decade ahead.
According to Britain's Now Magazine, "Kanye grew up as an only child and the Kardashians have been a revelation to him. He wants his kid to have loads of siblings, so he's told Kim not to get cozy with just one baby."
The source added that Kim, who's getting used to her changing figure in the public eye, freaked out over this. "He's scared the hell out of her," the source told Now. "She's already terrified of what's happening to her body."
Now, call us cynics, but could Kanye's big family dreams have something to do with his tanking popularity, since a baby is expected to be his salvation in saving his brand? Because if so, we can totally understand where the figure six comes from.
West was the one to announce to the world he and Kim are expecting during a concert in Atlantic City at the end of 2012. Since then rumors have been flying that the baby is a girl, though no official confirmation has been made. Kim also started blogging recently about her adventures as a mommy.
Kimye's baby is due in July.
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