Kim Kardashian is keeping fans guessing on what she and Kanye West will call their baby boy. The reality TV star, who is seven months pregnant with her second child, has dismissed rumours that their son will be given a directional name like daughter North.
"I do like the name Easton," Kim told Ellen DeGeneres about a rumoured baby name. "I don't think my husband likes that name, but I do like it."
She added: "I don't think we'll go another direction. It's definitely not South. Every time someone says South, I just want to roll my eyes."
Kim Kardashian said she won't name her son after a direction
The 34-year-old insisted she and Kanye are yet to settle on a name, and will wait a little longer to decide on anything.
"I'll start thinking at about eight months," she said. "So I've got another month to go."
Kim announced that she was expecting her second baby in June, and confirmed that the new arrival would be a little boy in a sweet Father's Day message to Kanye on Instagram. The name of Kim and Kanye's unborn son has since come under question on several occasions, with Kim once again denying that she would be calling him South in an interview with Shaquille O'Neal in July.
Kim and Kanye are expecting a baby brother for daughter North
"Why just add another direction? We're good," she said. "North is the best. I don't want to try and duplicate that with like, a lower direction, you know?"
Another thing that has recently come into question is Kim's due date, with sources close to the couple revealing that the selfie queen is due to give birth on Christmas Day – if not before.
According to TMZ, doctors have told Kim and Kanye that their second child may arrive on Christmas Day, and to plan for a natural birth happening then.