Report: Kim Kardashian’s Delivery Will Cost $1 Million

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Report: Kim Kardashian’s Delivery Will Cost $1 Million
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Did you really think Kim Kardashian would give birth quietly? No one did, not even her accountant, who’s probably pulling his hair out right now trying to get the finances for her approaching delivery in order, because rumor has it that it’ll cost somewhere in the, oh you know, modest million dollar range.

“This is not going to be just any delivery, even by celebrity standards,” a source told—wait for it—the National Enquirer. “Kim has already spent tens of thousands of dollars to make sure things go down without a glitch.”

The first order of business is Kim’s “deluxe birthing suite” which she’s reserved at LA’s Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Per Kanye West standards, they’ll be spending $4,000 a day on the room where she’s expected to spend at least three days.

Imagine the nicest Ashley Furniture showroom you’ve ever seen…then multiply that by a million; the maternity suite features two beds, a full-size bath tub, a flat screen TV and a separate living room with a sofa and dining table.

The room also includes three gourmet meals a day. Kim’s also made sure her favorite restaurants in the area are on call while she’s there, in case she gets a craving or wants to feed visitors, which isn’t cheap.

Other expenses: $1,000 a day for a personal photographer to document her first week as a new mother, a new $25,000 wardrobe for the birth (did you really expect her to wear a hospital gown?), but what’s really going to send this delivery into the seven figure range is the surprise gift Kanye’s getting for her after the birth.

The source doesn't give any insight into what that could possibly be, but for nearly a million dollars our guess is a vacation home in France? A private jet? A state-of-the-art weather machine that'll generate a quadruple rainbow outside Kim's delivery room right after Lil Kimye is born?

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