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Meet baby Rob Kardashian - When is he due? Why is Kim considering the name?

There’s yet another Kardashian on the way because reality TV royalty, Kim Kardashian West, is expecting her fourth child.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star is having the baby via surrogate, and it is reported that the mini-Kardashian will arrive sometime in the next few weeks.

There are rumours that Kim is planning to name her new baby Rob, but are the rumours true? Here’s everything you need to know.

Kim Kardashian West (Roy Rochlin/Getty)

Will Kim call the baby Rob?

According to the Evening Standard, Kim is still considering new baby names, but Rob is most definitely an option.

The reality star revealed that although she likes the name, she is concerned that Rob doesn’t fit in with the more unusual names she’s chosen in the past.

Kim’s current three children are named North, Saint, and Chicago.

Why did Kim choose the name Rob?

Speaking on Jimmy Kimmel Live, the 38-year-old revealed that the name Rob would be a tribute to her younger brother.

As reported by the Evening Standard, Kim said, “I was truthfully thinking about just naming him Rob, after my brother.”

Kardashian West then made it clear the name Rob would not be short for Robert, as she doesn’t like the name.

Who is the father?

The father of the new baby is Kim’s husband, Kanye West.

This is the superstar couple’s fourth child, bringing the Kardashian West clan to a total of six.

According to the Metro, Kanye has previously hinted that he would like to name one of his children after his late mother, Donda.

When is the baby due?

Kim confirmed that she was expecting her fourth child in January 2019.

No official due date has been announced.

However, in an interview with the New York Times Kim revealed that she is “frantically” trying to her the baby’s room ready, so it sounds as if the newborn will be arriving very soon.


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