Jesus Took The Wheel of the designer baby stroller! Kim and Kanye’s little girl’s birth didn’t come without a bit of drama.
Via RadarOnline reports:
Kim Kardashian and her baby daughter are both in great shape now but there was drama and tension leading up to the birth, and RadarOnline has all the new details.
As we exclusively revealed, Kim cried tears of pain and joy in the delivery room at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on June 15 when the baby arrived several weeks early.
The events leading up to the birth were scary for the new mom and Baby Daddy Kanye West, who skipped his own listening party at MILK in Los Angeles as Kim rushed to the hospital.
Kim had “medical complications” several sources and outlets have confirmed. She previously had an infection that doctors were monitoring closely.
Her doctor made the decision the baby needed to be delivered,” one source told People, which added the birth was natural and not by C-section.
But the baby weighed less than five pounds and that was also a cause for concern, even amidst the celebration in the delivery room.
The baby was placed in an incubator and carefully monitored, according to multiple sources. The infant’s name has not yet been revealed.
Kanye was with Kim the entire time and is thrilled.
“Yeah he was there [at the hospital]. He’s so cute. He doesn’t leave the room. He’s, like, in love with the baby. It’s so cute,” Larsa Pippen told E!.
She also added that Kim is doing great.
Kim’s fast recovery is evident as she has had several friends visit already, and her mom Kris Jenner hinted, as Radar reported, that more information about the baby would be revealed on her upcoming talk show.
And despite Kanye’s protest to the New York Times that this isn’t “America’s baby,” it looks like everyone else disagrees with him!
The baby’s birth has attracted international headlines with speculation rampant about what name her parents have chosen. Reports indicate the little girl is still unnamed!
Meanwhile as Kim is making a fast recovery, doctors would like to see the baby’s weight increase and are monitoring her closely.
We’re glad everything turned out okay but… we’re guessing it wasn’t so serious as to keep the E! cameras out of the delivery room riiiiiiight?
Update: Yup there were cameras rolling. Hit the flip for details.
Via Radar Online reports:
It’s hard to believe that ANY big moment in a Kardashians life wouldn’t be put on video and one big question surrounding Kim Kardashian giving birth has been: was it recorded?
Now RadarOnline has exclusively found the answer — yes the cameras were rolling!
But before you can say, “Get that ready for our TV show” here’s the twist — sources insist that footage will NOT be seen by the public and is for certain family members only.
A camera crew from Keeping Up With The Kardashians was rolling during the drama leading up to the delivery of Kims newborn baby girl, but baby daddy Kanye West, steadfastly refused to allow filming at the hospital, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.
On Friday, Kim started having very strong labor pains, “and went to her o.b., with cameras in tow. Kim was extremely upset because she wasn’t due for another month,” an insider told Radar. “She was in pain and didn’t know what was happening. The camera crew from Keeping Up With The Kardashians had been with her all week.
“Kim was taken to Cedars, and cameras followed her there.”
Baby daddy, Kanye had been adamant that no cameras be permitted in the delivery room, but that didn’t stop them from trying!
“The camera crew did attempt to accompany Kim into the hospital,” the insider said. “When Kanye arrived, he told them to get lost, which they did. Kanye didn’t want this precious moment to be documented for TV.”
So who filmed inside the delivery room: Kim’s mom!
“Kim’s momager, Kris, who was in the delivery room, filmed portions of it for family viewing only,” the insider said. “Kanye told Kris when she could film.”
The arrival of the precious bundle of joy will be featured on the season finale of Keeping Up With The Kardashians but it is highly unlikely that viewers will see the personal footage.
So we’re supposed to believe E! cameras are rolling but they won’t be showing the footage on the network. Yeeeeeeeah, riiiiiiiiiiiight.