Kim Kardashian and Kanye West look MISERABLE on date night as they ‘drop £1.2million’ on security for surrogate
Their surrogate is reportedly set to give birth to their third child, a baby girl, in January.
But Kim Kardashian and her husband Kanye West didn’t appear to be in the mood to celebrate when they had date night on Tuesday, with the pair looking equally glum as they left West Hollywood’s Peppermint night club.
Yeezy kept it breezy in a sweatshirt and hoodie, while his 36-year-old wife made more of an effort, pouring her curves into a mid-length pink boob tube dress.
Their not-so-romantic outing follows reports that they’ve forked out £1.2million on security guards to watch over their surrogate 24-7.
The anxious pair has apparently set her up in a suburb where no-one would ever expect to find the surrogate of one of the most famous couples in the world.
Kim and Kanye have rented a place about an hour outside LA in a very nondescript suburb in a middle-class neighbourhood for their surrogate.
“I mean, this is the last place you would think to find the surrogate for one of the richest families in Hollywood. It’s a nice house, actually, split level, and Kanye has cameras put in everywhere in the house and outside too for safety and security – these are state of the art,” the insider continued.
“But of course, it’s worth it – they want the best for her and their unborn baby.”
Six guards apparently work on rotation guarding the unnamed woman, who has four cars at her disposal and even her own driver.
The couple is already parents to daughter North, four, and one-year-old son Saint, and decided to use a surrogate for their third after doctors warned Kim that another pregnancy could cost her her life.
Last time she suffered toxaemia – where toxins from an infection enter the blood – as well as a retained placenta which can cause a major haemorrhage.
In an episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians last November, gynaecologist Paul Crane told her: “Here’s what I think, your pregnancies, you had toxaemia, you had a retained placenta, very traumatic, we’re always worried about the next serious complication. I think the potential fear of the whole situation is legitimate.
“You never know that you might not have the same type of problem that might be more serious this time. You’re always taking a little bit of a chance. There are situations where retained placenta could be life and death.”