She made a list and checked it twice! Mother-of-three Kim Kardashian and her husband, Kanye West, weren't taking any risks when it came to their daughter's health — who was born via surrogate last week.
According to Radar Online — who obtained the contract signed by Kimye's surrogate in March 2017 — the couple had a bizarre list demands for the carrier of their child, including what she could and could not eat! The surrogate’s new Kardashian-inspired diet meant refraining from "raw or partially cooked eggs, raw or undercooked meat, cold deli meats, hot dogs, any and all live products (excluding yogurt), all pates, meat spreads, liver, supplements containing Vitamin A, raw peanuts, unpasteurized dairy and juices, raw sprouts and any unwashed fruits and vegetables."
She was also told cheese was off limits. According to the contract, the surrogate agreed to abstain from "consuming, at any time, mold-ripened soft cheese, including, but not limited to, brie, camembert, chevre, blue cheese, and gorgonzola." Oh, and she was limited to "no more than six ounces" of tuna per week! Yikes.
In addition to being told what she could and couldn't consume, Chicago's carrier was forced to stay away from "hot tubs or saunas" and to avoid "exposure to essential oils and aromatherapy, and prolonged exposure to chemical cleansers, hair spray, pesticides, and paint fumes."
Despite the over-the-top demands, however, an insider close to the surrogate admitted that she was ecstatic to find out she'd be carrying the soon-to-be famous newborn. "She’s watched every episode of Keeping up With the Kardashians," the insider dished, adding that meeting the couple for the first time "was a surreal moment." TBH, if we were getting paid a reported $100,000, we could definitely avoid deli meat for a few months. Then again, cheese may be a different story.