Looks like Kim Kardashian is taking a page out of Beyonce's "mommy in the spotlight" book. The reality star is reportedly set to rent out an entire hospital floor in Los Angeles for her delivery, the way Bey and Jay-Z did when they had Blue Ivy last year.
Sources told the U.K.'s Daily Star that "Kim's taking the preparations for childbirth very seriously. She wants everything to be perfect and, luckily for her, money is no object." Apparently, Kim, 32, has been reading her baby books and discovered the first moments of a child's life are very important, so she wants her to come into the world in peace and quiet and away from prying eyes.
"Her room will be totally sound-proofed before the delivery," adds the Daily star. "She wants all outside influences and noise of traffic muted." Supposedly, Kim also plans to alter the mood by using dimmed, colored lights and soothing ambient music.
Kimye's baby is expected in July and there are already speculations that Kim and her man Kanye West will name the baby North, full name North West.
Earlier this month, the reality star was rushed to the doctor, following a flight from Paris with a miscarriage scare. She was ordered to lie low and rest, but is seemingly still at it with her jet-setting life.
Kim Kardashian's rep declined to comment on the record.
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