Kim Kardashian West still hopeful for second baby
Kim Kardashian West is "still hoping" to have another baby.
The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashian' star and husband Kanye West's fertility struggles have been well-documented but Kim, 34, isn't ready to let go of the chance to make 22-month-old daughter North a big sister.
Speaking on The Today Show, she said: "They say if you've been trying [to have a baby] for a year, then you usually need a little bit of help.
"I had a tough delivery, so I understand what my challenges are. I mean, I'm seeing the best doctors and I'm trying to do everything that I can to make that happen."
Meanwhile, earlier this month, viewers of the family's E! show watched on as Kim was told she may only be able to have a baby via a surrogate.
Reacting to the bombshell, she said through tears: "There is nothing more on this earth that I want more than to be pregnant again and to go through that experience, I would pay any amount of money to have that.
"Surrogacy is really scary for me, I don't want one, I don't want that to be my reality. It's my last resort, surrogacy. As much as I hated being pregnant, and I complained every step of the way and joked that I didn't want one, I really don't want a surrogate.
"I wouldn't dare ask anyone to do this for me. It freaks me out, what if they're a lunatic, what if they run off with my baby? I can't do it, I just can't."