Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West attend the opening night of the new musical "The Cher Show" on Broadway at The Neil Simon Theatre, Dec. 3, 2018 in New York City. Now, his wife Kim Kardashian is trying to downplay the Trump supporter's comments.
Kim gave birth to five-year-old daughter North and three-year-old son Saint.
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At the start of the month, it had been reported that the couple were expecting a baby boy by surrogate.
Kim Kardashian followed up on Twitter, clarifying Kanye's statement, writing, "I'm going to nip this in the bud right now".
At the time, she hinted at the possibility of a fourth child. She also had placenta accreta in both pregnancies, which occurs when the placenta attaches too deeply in the uterine wall.
It's been a big year for Kardashian West.
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However, she and Kanye made a decision to have their third child, Chicago, via surrogate in January 2018. "I enjoyed the surrogacy process", she told "Live with Kelly and Ryan" in May.
"Getting a surrogate and finding someone that you really trust really is so much more for hard of a situation than you could really imagine", she said in a 2017 episode of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians".
"I don't think I could handle more than that (four)", she said at the time.
"Well, it's out there", she added about the gender reveal.
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