Hello, Chicago! Kanye and Kim Kardashian West reveal newborn daughter's name

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INSTAGRAM kimkardashian KIM KARDASHIAN BABY NAME The world wants to know what they will call the baby

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, 37, opted for surrogacy for her third child due to health concerns involving pregnancy.

Aside from Kanye's roots, Rosenkrantz says that because Chicago was born via surrogate, her parents may have wanted her name to reflect their family history that much more.

Kanye and Kim Kardashian West have announced the name of their new baby girl, and it's inspired by a real place.

The newest Kardashian's name, which Kim announced on January 19, is Chicago West (Chi, pronounced "Shy", for short) and so far, it seems like fans are 50/50 on it. In June 2013 they named their first daughter North and in December 2015 they welcomed their first son, Saint. Chicago's brother and sister have nicknamed her "Chi". "North and Saint are especially thrilled to welcome their baby sister".

As previously reported, Kim announced the birth of her and Ye's third child on her website Tuesday.

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West's 2007 hit song, "Homecoming", reflected on his passion for Chicago, and how he felt like he betrayed the city by hopping on a plane to pursue his rap dreams. "I loooooover her name", wrote the proud auntie. It must be noted, Kanye West actually grew up in Chicago.

Kardashian and West are no strangers to peculiar baby names.

Kardashian West then retweeted a post which said Chi was pronounced as "Shy". She even went on Ellen and talked about how she and Kanye's checklist for names. At different points, fans created conspiracy theories like Kylie Jenner being the surrogate to Kanye and Kim. As people everywhere speculated about what the newborn's name would be, Kim revealed the information via social media.

The card also carried the baby's January 15 birth date, alongside her birth weight of 7lbs 6oz.

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Official Skopje also said that the right conditions exist to move forward with process of finding a solution to the name issue. Nimetz has previously said that he doesn't think it realistic not to include Macedonia somewhere in the name.


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