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Kourtney Kardashian is having a girl

2012-02-23 15:11
 

Los Angeles - Kourtney Kardashian is going to have a daughter.

The pregnant star and her boyfriend Scott Disick have revealed they are expecting a baby girl this spring and cannot wait for their two-year-old son Mason to meet his little sister.

Kourtney told E!: "We feel so blessed to be having a little girl and to be able to share this new experience with Mason."

However, the 32-year-old beauty's happy news has been slightly dampened by a cold which has infected the entire Kardashian clan.

Passing around sick germs

Kourtney has blamed Scott for "passing around" the illness, with few members of the close-knit unit managing to avoid it.

She wrote on her Twitter page: "Who is passing around sick germs in the fam like it ain't no thang? @KhloeKardashian & I are sick & now @KylieJenner. @ScottDisick is the ONE! (sic)"

She added she was glad to have a film to watch while she rested and battled the symptoms.

She tweeted: "OMG I'm on day 3. It's horrible. At least Boogie Nights is on. (sic)"

Half-sister Kylie Jenner also tweeted: "Don't feel good. One gets sick. We all get sick (sic)"


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