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  • Writer's pictureRalph M. Tsong

How many babies through surrogacy have the Kardashians had?


kardashian surrogacy

The Kardashians are more than just a family; they're a cultural phenomenon, loved by many and criticized by others. Led by Kris Jenner, the family includes her daughters: Kim, Kourtney, Khloe, Kendall, and Kylie. From their reality TV show "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" to their success in fashion and business ventures, they've captured the world's attention. Yet, what truly sets them apart is their willingness to share personal experiences, including their journey through surrogacy, which has resonated deeply with millions of fans worldwide. 


Gestational surrogacy, a practice where a woman carries and gives birth to a child that is genetically unrelated to her for another individual or couple, is becoming more well-known, especially among high-profile figures like the Kardashians. For celebrities facing fertility challenges, surrogacy offers a viable solution for family planning. It also provides privacy and control over the pregnancy and birth process, shielding them from invasive media attention while allowing them to expand their families. While not the first celebrities to use surrogacy for family building, the Kardashians are some of the first major celebrities to talk about their surrogacy experiences without shame. Through their openness, the Kardashians have humanized the surrogacy experience and sparked important conversations about infertility, pregnancy complications, and alternative paths to parenthood.  


Disclaimer: It's important to note that the information provided in this article is for informational purposes only. We do not claim any affiliation with the Kardashians or their surrogacy journeys. The details presented here are based on publicly available information and should not be construed as legal advice or endorsement.



kardashian surrogacy

Kim Kardashian faced health complications including placenta accreta during her pregnancies with North and Saint. She bravely chose surrogacy as a safer alternative to expand her family. Openly sharing her journey on "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" and social media, she welcomed her children Chicago and Psalm via surrogacy in 2017 and 2019, respectively. By transparently discussing her experiences, Kim advocates for surrogacy through conversations about reproductive autonomy and exploring family building options.  



kardashian surrogacy

Kourtney Kardashian, the eldest of the Kardashian siblings, has openly expressed her desire to expand her family and explore alternative paths to parenthood. While she has not yet pursued surrogacy, Kourtney has been vocal about considering it as a viable option for future pregnancies. Recently, reports have emerged that Kourtney Kardashian and her husband, Travis Barker, are contemplating surrogacy for their second child together. The couple may welcome a newborn next year following the recent arrival of their son, Rocky Thirteen Barker. According to insiders, the reality stars are considering surrogacy after Kourtney's 'difficult' pregnancy, which resulted in a terrifying health scare.  



kardashian surrogacy

Khloe Kardashian openly shared her fertility struggles with the world. Despite years of trying to conceive naturally and undergoing various treatments, Khloe and her then-partner, Tristan Thompson, faced heartbreaking setbacks due to issues like polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and endometriosis. These challenges led them to consider surrogacy. In 2018, Khloe welcomed her son, Tatum, through surrogacy, marking a new chapter in her life. 



kardashian surrogacy

Kylie Jenner, the youngest member of the Kardashian-Jenner family, has two children, Stormi and Wolf. Both pregnancies were carried to term without using a surrogate.  









kardashian surrogacy

Kendall Jenner has not yet started a family or pursued surrogacy. 










The surrogacy journeys of the Kardashians reflect their resilience in the face of challenges. By being transparent about surrogacy, it has reshaped societal perceptions around alternative paths to parenthood.  


As you embark on your journey, whether it involves surrogacy or another avenue to parenthood, remember that support is available. If you seek legal representation in your surrogacy journey, our team is here to assist you. Contact us now.  

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