Khloe Kardashian might have been dropping hints about having a baby girl all along
Khloe is eight months pregnant and currently touring Tokyo with sisters Kim and Kourtney Kardashian, while fans try and find out the gender of her unborn child.
As time goes by, fans are still speculating the gender of Khloe Kardashian's unborn child. The reality star is eight-months pregnant with boyfriend Tristan's baby and has got everyone somehow convinced that she might actually be having a baby girl due to all the pink she's surrounded herself with these last few months.
However, the sleuths of the Internet world have been doing their snooping, scouring Khloe's content to find any and every hint they can. And by Jove have they found some hints.
In January, she shared a photo of two eye masks labeled “Mommy” and “Daddy” with a pink heart filter.
And then, sometime in the beginning of this month, she threw a dinner party. The element of surprise: it was a completely pink-themed party.
The mom-to-be’s love for pink spilled on to her beauty treatments too, as she was seen sporting pink nails in an Instagram post.
The 'Revenge Body' star also seems to favor the color pink in her floral choices, posting multiple photos of pink roses and other flowers to her Instagram account recently.
And the most recent development in this mystery comes from a source at People, claiming that Khloe has only pinks and neutrals for her baby's registered gifts.
“Early on, Khloé was telling people that she is expecting a baby boy,” the source tells People. “But getting ready for her baby shower, she is only registering for pink and neutral colors.”
“There is no blue at all on her registries,” the insider further revealed.
Fans of the Kardashians know they never reveal their children’s names before they’re born. But during a January visit to 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', Khloe shared what she and Tristan, 26, would likely go with if their baby was a boy.
“I think if it’s a boy I’ll go with Junior — Tristan Jr.,” she said. “Then for a girl, I don’t know where to begin.”
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