Kim Kardashian revealed the meaning behind her third daughter Chicago West’s name as she appeared on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Monday.
The 37-year-old, who is also mother to daughter North, 4, and son Saint, 2, opened up about Chicago’s birth, with her telling the talkshow host that any fears she had about using a surrogate soon disappeared once they got in the delivery room.
Kardashian explained of any other names she and her husband Kanye West were considering: “I like the one syllable thing. We were going to name her Jo, because of my grandma Mary Jo. Or we were going to go with Grace.
“And then it was Chicago. Obviously because he’s from Chicago, that is a place that made him and a place that he remembers his family from.”
Kardashian also revealed that she and West, 40, did talk about their third baby being named after his late mother, Donda.
The reality TV star’s appearance then saw her open up about her upcoming fourth wedding anniversary on May 24.
She explained of any plans the couple have to celebrate, “We’re really into taking trips these days. I think it would be good to take one just the two of us. A house full of three kids is wild, I can’t even explain it.
“His birthday is the next week so I feel like he should do [the] anniversary, I’ll do his birthday. That’s a good trade.”
Monday’s interview also saw Kardashian open up about North barely speaking to her younger brother Saint. She later dished the dirt on some behind-the-scenes “Family Feud” drama from their upcoming episode, as well as playing a game of “Is Kanye Happy or Not Happy?”