Guess what we're getting for Christmas?! Another Kardashian!

2014-11-22 15:00

Los Angeles - Kourtney Kardashian has hinted that her baby is due around Christmas time.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star - who already has two children, Mason, 4, and Penelope, 2, with partner Scott Disick - is planning to keep her obstetrician and gynaecologist close by.

She joked: "I'm going to keep him handcuffed to me!

"With Mason, I was due on 24 December and my mom said, 'No, not on the night of my Christmas Eve party! But he was born 10 days early, so we'll see what happens this time."

The 35-year-old television personality also revealed that she loves being pregnant but admitted that this one is the hardest out of the three so far.

She said: "I love being pregnant in general. This time I'm more tired than I was the other times. I think it's because I'm always running around and working on different things.

"But I feel comfortable with how I look and feel. I find a pregnant body to be beautiful and an incredible reminder of what a woman's body is made to do."

Meanwhile, Kourtney has admitted that Christmas in her house has become a much more exciting time since she had her children.

She told Fit Pregnancy magazine: "I didn't always [decorate]. Now that I have children, I love to decorate to create the same magical experiences my mom created for my siblings and me when we were younger."

Check out this pic from the Fit Magazine shoot shared by KK on Instagram:

"I think we had four trees last year! I take the kids to pick out a little one and we decorate it together. Also, before Christmas, I host a party for our kids and all their friends. We love to make a mess while decorating gingerbread houses."

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