On an emotional episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, doctors told Kim Kardashian that it’s too dangerous for her to get pregnant again, crushing her dreams of carrying a third baby and leaving her to rethink surrogacy as a possible option.
"[Husband] Kanye [West] and I have always talked about having more kids, but after what I went through in Paris, the urgency is even greater," the 36-year-old admitted. "I'd just love nothing more than to expand my family and just know that I have this world at home that's safe.”
Daughter North, 3, was also onboard with the idea. "Do you think mommy and daddy should have one more baby?" Kim asked the tot, to which she responded, "I want a boy and a girl! That would make me so happy!"
The reality star underwent surgery to repair her uterus in an effort to fix any issues caused by her past two deliveries, but momager Kris Jenner still questioned her decision. "I'm proud of you because you're so strong, but it just breaks my heart that you're in so much pain," the 61-year-old confessed. "You're going through an awful lot of trauma to your body and emotional stress and I'm just not sure if it's worth it. I just don't want you to do something that would put you in great danger."
Ultimately, doctors determined that it wouldn’t be safe for Kim to give birth again. "Not only has this been really painful, but now hearing that I can't carry any more kids, it couldn't get any worse," she said. "I mean, f--k, like I really tried everything and I really want this and it's just not going to happen for me."
Although she initially discounted surrogacy, the brunette beauty revealed that she’s definitely leaning towards it now. “I feel like that's my reality. I feel like surrogacy really is the only other option for me,” she concluded.