Breaking Down Kim Kardashian's Baby Name Reveals: A Timeline of Her Kids' Announcements
Fans are keeping up with the Kardashian-West tradition of baby-name reveals.
The time frame for Kim Kardashian and Kanye West to announce the unique moniker for their fourth child seemingly aligns with the previous social-media proclamations for daughters Chicago, 16 months, and North, 6 next month, as well as 3-year-old son Saint.
While the fourth time around has been the longest amount of time the couple has gone without announcing the name of their newborn (seven days as of Friday), the KKW Beauty mogul, 38, and rapper, 41, have followed the pattern of waiting several days.
“They have had a name in mind, but wanted to meet the baby before they decided,” a source previously told PEOPLE about their naming process shortly after baby boy West’s birth announcement on May 10.
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Last year, the pair revealed the name of their third child, daughter Chicago, on Kardashian West’s app four days after her birth via surrogate on January 15, 2018. Along with the reveal on her website and app (both of which have since shut down), the proud mom also shared her daughter’s nickname of Chi (pronounced “shy”) on Twitter.
On December 7, 2015, following the birth of son Saint, the couple waited two days. Similar to Chicago’s name reveal, Kardashian West used her website and app as the go-to place for the big announcement.
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Though Saint and Chicago’s name reveals were handled by the Wests, the birth of their first child led to a more traditional name announcement.
Five days after Kardashian West gave birth on June 15, 2013, a source confirmed to PEOPLE that she and West had named their daughter North. In addition, her one-of-a-kind name was revealed soon after when her birth certificate from Los Angeles’ Cedars-Sinai hospital, where she was delivered, was made public.