The couple named their second child Saint yesterday (07.12.15) following the little one's birth but will have to pay if they want to acquire the tot's name as a.com domain name. "I feel just really blessed to be able to spend Christmas with the kids and all my grandchildren", Jenner told Us. Throughout her pregnancy there has been much speculation regarding the name the couple will pick after they chose the unusual name North for their daughter.
The reality star struggled to conceive her son for months, and experienced difficulties, once she was pregnant, such as the baby boy being breech, or turned the wrong way before birth. An insider shared: "She had a really tough birth because of the issues with her placenta". However, they went against the strategy in the last minute.
Writing on her website, Kim shared: "I loved trying on dresses for my mom's Great Gatsby party, so I wanted to share some of my fitting pics with Marchesa!" This comes as no surprise since Saint's older sister goes by the name, North West.
It's thought that Kim managed to give birth naturally despite her fears she would have to have a C-section. Kardashian documented the ups and downs of this pregnancy in monthly updates on her website , from food cravings to placenta issues and complications from breech presentation.
Meanwhile, the 35-year-old television personality previously shared her anxiety as she revealed there was a chance she may have had to have a hysterectomy following the baby's arrival. Saint West was trending less than five minutes after the announcement. Are our eyes deceiving us? It's going to be more "intense" than when she gave birth to North in June 2013, the insider said.
The Duchess of Cambridge is one of those women who exudes elegance, especially when she's all dolled up for an event. In her spare time she likes to explore or go horse-riding and "her biggest passion in life is animals". The duchess dazzled guests at the Queen's diplomatic reception with the diamond and pearl Cambridge lover's knot tiara. The piece was then gifted to Diana in 1981 by Queen Elizabeth .