Entertainment power couple Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have hired a film crew to create a time-lapse video of Kim’s second pregnancy. The reality star is currently four months pregnant with the couple’s second child, and they have reportedly decided to find a way to capture every moment, including the actual birth.

Kardashian is no stranger to having every moment of her life filmed after going through 10 seasons of her family’s reality show “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” This time around, The Mirror reports that she and her husband will be taking videos of her baby bump as it grows to full term.

Thereafter, the actual birth of their second and possibly last child would also be filmed. Unfortunately for curious fans of the couple, they are not planning to air the video for public consumption. Just like their lavish wedding in May 2014, the couple intend to document the occasion, but they will keep the video as part of their personal collection.

In fact, the report states that the couple are hiring the same film crew that they used for their wedding. They were happy that none of the footage leaked from that day, and they trust the discretion of the camera crew.

“There will be the usual confidentiality nondisclosure agreement for the crew to sign, and all the footage must be handed over to Kim and Kanye. If any of it were to be leaked, there would be a huge buyout clause,” a source revealed. The couple are said to be dropping a hefty sum of 100,000 British pounds for the coverage.

The crew will be coming to film Kim for a day every week for the remainder of her pregnancy. It doesn't matter where she is in the world, the crew will be flown in as well. According to the same report, the birth will also be documented but it will be given a high-fashion and artistic treatment. 

The couple have reason to believe that this could be their last child. They already have 2-year-old daughter North. Their son, however, was conceived only after months of fertility treatments and medical procedures. This is reportedly their motivation for wanting to capture every moment of the pregnancy and birth.