Kim Kardashian West has opened up about baby number four during a guest appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
If you’ve been keepin’ up with all the goss, the ~sources~ first revealed the news back in January of this year with insiders telling PEOPLE that the family were expecting another baby, via surrogate. Other sources told Us Weekly the baby, a boy, could be due as soon as May.
Kardashian West officially confirmed the baby boy news during an interview with Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen in which she told Cohen she expects the baby “sometime soon”.
On Fallon – though she didn’t confirm a due date – Kardashian West did share some of her feelings about the bub.
“I was kind of stressing that it’s just – my house is so full, but I heard that parents of four are the most enlightened and calm of all parents, the most calm,” the KKW Beauty head said.
“I felt a huge change from one to two [children] felt like one to twenty,” she said of her daughter North and son Saint. “That was harder than two to three for me,” she continued of wee baby Chicago who just turned one last month.
But, as Kardashian West shared with Fallon, she reckons baby number four will feel “really even”.
“Right now, it’s like me with two [children] – always. And Kanye just has one so he’s still living his best life.”
Kardashian West also discussed her next plans as a criminal justice reform advocate after she successfully helped pardon Alice Marie Johnson. Johnson was convicted in 1996 for her non-violent involvement in a drug trafficking organisation and, prior to her release, had been serving a life sentence.
“Something that I really want to focus on – I think there’s such a stigma on people hiring formerly incarcerated people,” she said. “There’s so many people that’s been incarcerated for life for murder that maybe they were just next to someone and there was a group of people and a fight broke out and someone unfortunately died but they didn’t even hit the person, didn’t even have a weapon and was serving life.”
“I feel like – definitely from my businesses – I would love to partner with [these people], there’s a company ARC in California that helps find people once they get out and give them jobs, and counselling.”
“I would love to hire formerly incarcerated people and I think I would love to spread that message that other companies and big companies can do that too.”