Lil baby KoKo’s on the way! Pretty much all the Kardashians are having babies right now. Kim Kardashian’s expecting her third child with Kanye West via surrogacy, Kylie Jenner sent the Internet into meltdown with her pregnancy news, and Khloé’s having boyfriend Tristan Thompson’s baby.

Khloé took to Instagram on Nov. 10 to put what appears to be her baby bump on display in a post promoting her new velvet bodysuits from her Good American fashion line. “You guys are going to love our new @goodamerican velour sweats and velvet bodysuits!!” she captioned the ‘gram. “You can mix and match colors (I’m obsessed with the burgundy!!) or team a bodysuit with matching sweats for a super cute look.”

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On Thursday, Oct. 26, KoKo, 33, treated fans to a glimpse of her baby bump while filming Keeping Up With the Kardashians in NYC. The Good American Denim designer — who is reportedly expecting a baby boy — flaunted her growing belly in a black silk button-up blouse, paired with a furry black coat and matching skinny jeans. On Saturday, Oct. 7, the E! personality also showed off her expanding tummy while promoting her Good American denim line at Nordstrom in Century City, CA.

While Khloé has yet to speak out on her pregnancy, various sources close to the family have confirmed the news, including a KUWTK producer who rushed to congratulate her on Instagram. Just days ago, Khloe took to Insta to share some promotional shots for her Good American clothing brand, and fans were quick to flood her comments claiming they could see her bump.

One wrote: “Aw look at her little baby bump!” Another added: “She looks pregnant.” Many more just simply commented “baby bump.” According to Hollywood Life, both Khlo and Kylie want to debut their growing baby bumps at the same time in a ‘belly to belly’ photo shoot, a Kardashian-insider has claimed. The insider has also stated that the pair wants the shoot to be reminiscent of Demi Moore’s iconic nude pregnancy photo shoot for Vanity Fair. And we just can’t even.

This article was originally written by Ruby Norris and appeared on our sister site, heatworld.