Kim Kardashian and Kayne West have signed a $113K deal with an agency to hire a surrogate mother. Incidentally, the latest reports indicate that the couple might be expecting twins through surrogacy just like Beyonce and Jay-Z. Check out in detail about the deal and the babies.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West already have two children, North West (4-years) and Saint (1-year). However, the couple was desperately trying to have another baby. The possibilities were ruled out when the reality star was diagnosed with a life-threatening condition. That is why; they decided to take the route of surrogacy to have another baby.
Kim Kardashian And Kanye West Join The Latest Trend Of Having Twins
According to Hollywood Life, having twins is the latest trend in Hollywood and the latest to join the bandwagon are Kim and Kanye. The couple has hired a surrogate to add more members to their family. She is now pregnant with twins says an insider source which is big news for Kim who has always wanted a big family.
However, it is too early and hence Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are holding on to make the announcement. Reports indicate that they are paying $45,000 to the surrogacy agency in 10 installments of $4500. Moreover, Kimye will also be paying $68,850 to the agency as an upfront deposit. Now that the surrogate is rumored to be carrying twins, she will get an additional amount of $5,000, says Daily Mail.
Surrogacy Agreement For Kimye’s Twins
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have signed an agreement with the agency according to which the surrogate will not smoke, do drugs or drink alcohol during pregnancy. She must also restrict her sexual activities during the weeks that lead to the pregnancy. The surrogate is prohibited from having sex three weeks after the implantation of the embryo.
According to another clause, the surrogate is also not allowed to go into saunas, hot tubs, change cat litter, drink a caffeinated beverage, eat raw fish or apply hair dye. So, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are taking as much care as possible to ensure that the surrogate delivers healthy babies and the pregnancy fulfills its full term.