There’s only one month to go until the arrival of the last (but not least!) Kardashian-Jenner baby of the year (unless Kendall has a surprise up her sleeve), and Khloé Kardashian looks just as excited as fans are. On Monday, the reality TV star shared a series of baby bump pics on social media to keep the world updated on her eighth month of pregnancy. Taking to Snapchat and Instagram, Kardashian posed for the camera in a light brown turtleneck dress, her flawless manicure resting on the long-awaited bump. “8 months Bumpin,” she wrote in the caption.
According to People, the snaps were taken in her hotel room in Tokyo, where she is currently on vacation with her sisters, Kim Kardashian West (who just welcomed baby daughter Chicago West into the world via surrogate) and Kourtney Kardashian. “[Khloé] was excited about the trip,” a source told People. “It was her choice to go. She wanted a last, fun trip with her sisters before the baby arrives.”
Kardashian’s incoming baby boy with boyfriend Tristan Thompson marks the conclusion to an exciting trilogy of Kardashian-Jenner births. First, the world welcomed Chicago West, daughter of Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West, on January 15 (making her a Capricorn). The littlest West’s birth announcement, like her father’s fashion designs and taste in Valentine cards, was striking and minimalist, with a simple but loving thank-you note to Kardashian West’s surrogate on her website followed by an even simpler baby name reveal that consisted only of Chicago West’s name and her birth certificate stats.
Next, Kylie Jenner gave birth to her and Travis Scott’s daughter, Stormi Webster, on February 1 (making her an Aquarius). This birth announcement was much more classically Kardashian, with Jenner releasing an 11-minute (!) short film just to celebrate her daughter’s arrival.
Having been treated to such iconic baby reveals, we can’t wait to see how Khloé Kardashian announces the birth of her son.
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