Kim Kardashian Is Pregnant Again: How Much Will She and Kanye Spend on Second Baby?
In Sunday night’s teaser promo of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” Kim Kardashian West announced that she is pregnant with her second child. In the teaser, Kardashian tells her sister Khloe, “I just got the blood test back, and I am pregnant.” Kim and her husband, Kanye West, have been trying to get pregnant for some time, and it has been a significant plot point on the reality TV show this season, reports The Washington Post.
How Much Do Kim and Kanye Spend on North?
Kim and Kanye’s first child and daughter, North West, will be turning 2 years old on June 15. North, or “Nori” as her family calls her, enjoys a lavish lifestyle. Hollywood Take reported her parents spent approximately $72,000 on Christmas gifts for her in 2014. One of her gifts was reportedly a $62,000 diamond-encrusted tiara.
Aside from Christmas gifts, Hollywood Life reports North also enjoys a $2 million designer wardrobe. And for her first birthday party in 2014, Kim and Kanye threw a “kidchella” themed event, named after the Coachella music festival. The cost of putting together the event has not been released, but the birthday party featured a Ferris wheel, moon bounce and a three-tier cake. Kim and Kanye have also enrolled North in dance classes, the cost of which is unknown.
North’s glamorous lifestyle doesn’t show any signs of disappearing as she gets older. A source reportedly told Hollywood Life that Kanye is planning to give North $10 million when she turns 21. The source also said, “He and Kim already put $5 million each into an account for her that she can have free and clear when she turns 21.” So will Kim and Kanye’s second baby enjoy the same gifts and perks that come with being the child of a famous rapper and reality star? Probably. The couple seems to spare no expense on North — and they can afford not to. Kim boasts an impressive net worth of $85 million, and Kanye’s net worth is a whopping $130 million.
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