'Okay guys my baby shower for baby number three, it's just a tea for three with a cherry blossom forest.
While the mystery of whether Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian are pregnant lives on, we do have at least one-confirmed Kardashian baby coming our way: Kim Kardashian West and her husband Kanye West are expecting their third child in January via surrogate.
Kim Kardashian followed-up her cherry blossom baby shower by using this picture to describer her mood.
The only celebrity pal to make the guest list was model and fellow Twitter star Chrissy Teigen, while Kim's close friend and hairstylist Jen Atkin, and eyebrow artist Anastasia Soare, also made the cut.
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Kim's daughter North was also in attendance, teaming a Chinese-style dress with a pair of fuzzy slippers.
Kim also used the event as opportunity to promote her new fragrance line, giving away the collection as party favours.
Kim is having her third baby via surrogate because she was advised by doctors not to get pregnant again, and it is not known whether the woman carrying her child attended the shower.
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This was the first photo of Kardashian's shorter look.
Kim previously revealed her pregnancy to Khloe in an episode of KUTWTK.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star is now expecting her newest addition to the family via a surrogate, and ahead of her impending arrival date, threw a party to celebrate.
"She's been craving it so much again lately".
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