Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are still not sure what to name baby Kimye.
While some anticipate the duo will keep with the Kardashian tradition of choosing a moniker that starts with the letter ‘K,’ other sources report the pair plan on naming their firstborn North.
So which is it?
"I think it would be really cute because Kanye and I are both K's, but half the names on our list aren't K's," the nearly 6-months-pregnant star said of their baby’s name. "We still have time, [so we'll do] whatever feels right."
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Back in January, Kim, 32, told Extra “we’re not sure yet” about whether or not their baby will keep the ‘K’ tradtition going, adding, "I have to discuss that with my boyfriend to see where we are. But we'll keep the name private, I think, whenever we decide."
Kim also recently revealed that her rapper beau, 35, "wants something that's unique."
And the name “North” definitely fits the bill. Kim and Kanye are reportedly considering naming their child North, in which case the baby, who will be taking Kanye’s last name, would then have the full name North West— one of the four ordinal directions (half way between north and west on a compass).
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Thankfully, Kim and Kanye, who are expecting their bundle of joy in July, have plenty of time to decide on a suitable name. In the mean time, Kim’s admittedly focusing on concealing her weight gain— even though she hasn’t had any junk food cravings!
"I'm waiting for the moments when someone's like, 'Let's go to McDonald's and Taco Bell!'" she joked. "That's not happening for me and I'm kind of sad about it. I have the biggest sweet tooth and I love junk food. Being pregnant I don't like any of it."
And pregnancy hasn’t exactly been a walk in the park for Kim, who had a miscarriage scare earlier this month. But she admits she's finally getting used to having a bun in the oven.
"I'm not going to lie and be like, 'Oh, it's been amazing and I've adjusted great,'" the Temptation star told Extra. "At the beginning it was tough for me when your body changes so much, but once you kind of grasp that and embrace it, it's amazing."