Kim Kardashian gave birth to her daughter five weeks early at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in West Hollywood, Calif., on Saturday. The fashionista told boyfriend Kanye West she was feeling “a little off” on Friday night, according to TMZ, so the rapper canceled his record-release party to be by his girlfriend’s side. A few hours later, the reality-television starlet began to have contractions and naturally gave birth to whom will probably be Hollywood’s most stylish baby. But what’s her name?
Whether it’s for money, suspense or just because they want to keep it private for a while, the celebrity duo has not released the name of their first child. But that hasn’t stopped fans from guessing what the couple christened their child.
Reports surfaced toward the end of March claiming the 32-year-old reality-TV star was going to name her Kimbryo Khrist, or Christ with a “K,” following the Kardashian family tradition. All her sisters -- Kourtney, Khloe, Kendall and Kylie -- and even momager Kris have names beginning with the same letter.
“Kanye likes the name Khrist,” a source told Naughty But Nice Rob. “I know it is shocking, but let’s remember this is a guy that is naming his new CD ‘I Am A God.’ So it makes perfect sense that the child of a god would be named Christ with a K.”
The insider added that Kardashian wants to continue the tradition, especially since her boyfriend’s name also begins with a “K.” The source noted: “This is a huge decision, but it is Kanye who is taking the lead. He thinks a name is far more important than Kim does. Yes, Kim wants the perfect name that is unusual and fun, but she thinks it’s just a name, whereas Kayne sees a name as much more than a name; he sees it as a brand.”
Whether the two will marry remains to be seen. Kardashian seems game, despite being married and divorced twice before. “I do think I would get married again,” she told Ryan Seacrest for an E network special. “That’s what I’ve always wanted. And just because you think you find it and you realize that’s not it, I think I was brave enough to realize that quickly and not waste time ... I found what I really wanted. So I think I definitely do want that.”
Maria Vultaggio is a reporter for the Continuous News Desk (CND), where she covers trending topics and breaking news for the International Business Times....