Kim Kardashian to reveal baby's sex on TV

2013-05-30 16:26
Kim Kardashian
Los Angeles - The sex of Kim Kardashian's baby will be revealed on Sunday.

The mystery of whether the reality star is having a boy or a girl with her boyfriend Kanye West will finally be unveiled on the first episode of season 8 of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

Speaking on the Today show, Kim's sister Khloe teased: "This Sunday we are going to reveal it on the show. You'll find out the sex of [Kim's] baby on the show."

Khloe was quizzed further by hosts Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie, who suggested the baby shower invite looks perfect for a baby girl.

The custom-made invitation - which was sent out to the likes of Beyoncé and Fergie - is a white music box which plays a "lullaby" version of Kanye's track Hey Mama as a plastic ballerina dances.

However, all Khloe would say was, "Kanye wrote the lullaby", adding, "Kim loves ballerinas (...) Kim likes what she likes."

'I don't have any regrets'

She insisted the theme for the 2 June bash is "all white".

Khloe also hinted what fans could expect from the new season of the family's E! reality show, including much more of the youngest members of the clan, her half-sisters Kylie and Kendall Jenner and footage from a group trip to Greece.

Discussing the hit show's longevity, Khloe said: "It's such a blessing. It's shocking that there's still so much to be said".

The 28-year-old star sometimes finds it difficult to cope with the public knowing the ins-and-outs of her personal life, including her struggle to conceive with her husband Lamar Odom.

She mused: "I don't have any regrets. There's obviously pros and cons ... but I'm very blessed and I love that I get to do what I do with my family." publishes all comments posted on articles provided that they adhere to our Comments Policy. Should you wish to report a comment for editorial review, please do so by clicking the 'Report Comment' button to the right of each comment.

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