Aww! Everyone was so happy for Kanye West and Kim Kardashian when she announced they’re expecting their second child. Now, HollywoodLife.com has the EXCLUSIVE scoop that the person most thrilled about this news is Yeezy himself!
Kim Kardashian, 34, revealed that she’s pregnant with Baby #2 on Keeping Up With The Kardashians and everyone went wild at the great news! But, in the clip announcing the next addition to the Kardashian-West household, we don’t see Kanye West, 37. How does he feel about the this? HollywoodLife.com has now EXCLUSIVELY learned that Yeezus is utterly excited that he’s going to be a Dad again!
“The man is thrilled to be a father again and can’t hardly contain himself,” sources EXCLUSIVELY tell HollywoodLife.com. That’s so sweet! Yeezy and Kim have tried so hard to give North West a baby sister or brother. It’s so great to hear that they’ve finally going to add to their family, and that Kanye is looking forward to becoming a Daddy again.
“Nori was one of the biggest blessings of his life,” the insider also told HollywoodLife.com, adding that for Kanye “to experience that type of joy and abundance again is just remarkable.” We’re with Kanye — we can’t wait until December, when Kim is due to give birth. We think Kanye is a loving father to little Nori and we know he’ll be a fantastic Dad to Baby #2 (and possibly, Baby #3!)
Kim is going to handle her pregnancy a little different than when she was pregnant with North. During the Hype Energy Drink launch on June 2, Kim said she’s not going to eat like the first time, telling HollywoodLife.com that last time, “I put on a lot of water weight, so I’m trying to prevent that from happening again. At the end of the day, I’m trying to live in the moment and try to really enjoy the pregnancy.” To hear more about Kim Kardashian’s pregnancy, head over to iTunes and download the HollywoodLife podcast for free!
What do you think about Kanye becoming a Dad again, HollywoodLifers? Do you think he’ll make a good papa for the new baby?
— Jason Brow, Eric Mitchell reporting