Kourtney Kardashian has opened up about how her and Travis Barker’s baby’s life was saved last month when she received urgent surgery and her birth plans for the baby. In a new interview, she revealed to Vogue that an ultrasound “saved” her baby’s life. That experience opened my eyes to a whole new world of pregnancy that I didn’t know about in the past,” she said.
“It was terrifying,” she exclaimed, adding, “After, I learned that insurance typically only covers two ultrasounds when you’re pregnant, I had no idea. I’ve always been lucky enough to do more than what insurance covers, and it’s one of those ultrasounds that saved my baby’s life.
Kardashian had to undergo emergency surgery in September. Travis Barker flew from U.K, where he was on tour, to the US to be by her side.
The Kardashians star, 44, also revealed that she’s never had birth plans and doesn’t have one for her new baby: “I still don’t have a birth plan except for talking to the baby all the time and telling him ‘Everything is going to be amazing.’”
Talking about the birth of her and Travis Barker’s son, she said, “I’ve finally been able to let go of the fear and worry that everybody else put in us because of this pregnancy. I’m ready to go in, have the baby, and have the experience we’re meant to have,” she added.
In other news – Drake points finger at Billboard for tying him with Michael Jackson
Drake is now tied with legendary singer Michael Jackson as the male solo artist with the most No.1 songs in Billboard Hot100. The Canadian rapper has officially 13 songs charting at No. 1, a record that was only achieved by the King of Pop’s song You Are Not Alone in 1995.
Drake tied the number with his J. Cole collaboration First Person Shooter, following the release of his new album For All The Dogs. Read more